|Model no.||Basis 108|
This is the Basis 108 complete with keyboard consisting of Cherry M8 key switches. The Basis 108 was an Apple II clone computer from West Germany; it ran CP/M, and had both a 6502 CPU (for Apple software) and a Z80 CPU (for CP/M). It is a beast of a machine with solid cast aluminum case.
The keyboard is Cherry article number U01-0114, with uncovered Cherry M8 low profile switches. The keyboard has three varieties of uncovered M8 switch: typical, used for 1 unit keys; black SPST-only, used for the non-stabilised wider keys; and an LED switch for Caps Lock (with circular LED recess and shell clearance). Each switch has a diode, to provide N-key rollover.