Post Your Keyboards!

Woah, :exploding_head:

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Show them switches! :star_struck:

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Ok well that does answer a question I decided not to ask earlier today haha

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“Ergonomic”

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“Hunt and punch”

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Because it is too expensive.

I love dodgy translation so much

Why do I want this so badly

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If you do actual want one, it’s like $140 at Microcenter.

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Out of stock sadly.

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The secret to a deed sound. Giant switches and keys.

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Box Navy and Novel Keys Big Switch for scale.

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Rama Works Kara /w Tangerines

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That looks awesome, what kind of coating did you put on that?

Thanks. What do you mean by “coating”? Maybe the lighting in the picture makes it seem like there is something on the keyboard. It is just two plain white soft lights.

Just couldn’t match the kara in the pic with any of their r1 editions.

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Looks like the Noct colorway? It came out a lot more opaque than translucent as the renders showed :face_with_monocle:

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The IBM 5576-C01 from 1994. A Japanese-exclusive Model M-based keyboard that to my knowledge was made specifically for a single system - IBM PS/55E, an all-in-one PC. It’s most likely the rarest TrackPoint keyboard IBM made.

An interesting fact is that its moulds were used to later produce the Unicomp EnduraPro, Ultra Classic and SpaceSaver M keyboards. The most notable feature is perhaps its large rotating stand. It can be used to park the keyboard on its back well, I’m guessing to allow you to increase space on your desk as needed. It’s cool, though. Very cool!

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Sometimes I see pictures of vintage keyboards, and I wonder if we’re being adventurous enough these days :thinking:

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I think it wouldn’t hurt to explore more options out of the box in design and general thought processes of designing a keyboard and its features :thinking:

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