Apple USB Keyboard
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|Features||2-port USB hub|
Alps membrane dome|
Mitsumi KEK Type?
|Years of production||1998 - 2000|
|Precedes||Apple Pro Keyboard|
Apple USB Keyboard was Apple's first USB keyboard, introduced in 1998 with the first iMac desktop Macintosh.
It was the first desktop keyboard from Apple with half-size inverse-T cursor keys and with homing bumps on the F and J keys (instead of D and K), following the PowerBook G3 "Wallstreet" laptop that had been released in May the same year. It was Apple's last desktop keyboard with a Power button.
Both versions are rubber dome over membrane.
Logitech has also been rumoured to be a manufacturer of a variation.