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|Keyswitches||Futaba clicky switch|
|Introduced||1988 (FCC registration)|
The function key groups are tightened to allow insert and delete to form a fourth group next to F12, home, page up, page down and end are placed in an extra column to the right of the alphanumeric area, with the inverse-T cursor keys slotting into the final row; right ctrl is shifted left to below / and right shift. Backspace is a single unit, to allow backslash to be placed next to \.
Directly adjacent to the alphanumeric area is the numeric keypad, as with vintage XT keyboards. The LED panel sits directly above, with pause and print screen to either side of it (swapped relative to other keyboards). Numeric keypad + is one unit, allowing scroll lock to be placed where / would be, and the remaining keys are shifted one position clockwise.