REPOST: keyboards, PS/2

Subject: REPOST: keyboards, PS/2
From: Valters Feists <valter -at- TECH -dot- SWH -dot- LV>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 1997 08:15:00 E

> Probably second best feel is Anything IBM made pre-1990. They had it
> nailed again with solid feel and sound...
>
> By the way... is anyone else hung up out there on keyboard sound???

Me too, I developed addiction to an IBM "oldie" pad during two years
time.
In fact, there were shipments of IBM desktops with the "clicky" kbds (in
Europe) as late as end of '95.

I believe that you can still outsource the specific part from IBM
reseller or parts
supplier. If need be, I can supply part number or FRU. ...Or the keyboard
itself,

impulss -at- mailbox -dot- neonet -dot- lv (Riga, Latvia)
LatImpulss -- IT, office & sales equipment

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