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When the terminal line TDV 2200 of Tandberg Data was introduced in 1980 it set milestones in ergonomic design. The monitor had several degrees of freedom for personal adjustment. Along with the Siemens 9750 terminal, the TDV 2200 had the first keyboard that sported Siemens STB switches. It had functional areas seperated spatially as well as by colour and was extraordinarily low profiled and tactile without being clicky (almost a decade before Cherry introduced MX Clears and Browns).