Talk:Cherry article numbers
T and Q for keycaps
In addition to the codes on the wiki, some G84 boards have T or Q. I suspect that T is the same as P or similar, and that the T stands for tampography which is another name for pad-printing. I'm not sure about Q, it might mean just "something unusual" like the X layout code; it shows up on some of the caseless boards like G84-4000QAG and G84-4001QAU, but also on apparently-conventional stuff like G84-4100QXAUS.
The G84-4100QXAUS seems to be caseless too, so Q probably means caseless, but what the caps are is still unknown. Trouble is, I haven't found a picture of a Q-coded keyboard yet! Also, the G84-4200 7bit got from the Cherry UK sellout is code OAG...