Is anyone aware of the exact Unicomp SpaceSaver dimensions, or how large it would be compared to a Dell AT101W? Also, I am assuming that it has similar reliability to a model M.
Nevermind, found it:
Unicomp EnduraPro/Unicomp Spacesaver
Model: UB40PGA (EnduraPro, Black, USB, US layout), UB43PJ6 (EnduraPro, Black, PS/2, UK layout)
Year: 2000-Present (EnduraPro) 2007-Present (Spacesaver)
Layout: 104-key ANSI or 105-key ISO.
Country sold in: Worldwide (from Unicomp's website)
Manufactured in: Lexington, KY, US
Interface: USB or PS/2 (Spacesaver) or PS/2 Y-cable. (EnduraPro, has PS/2 pass-through connector for external mouse.)
Keyswitches: Buckling spring over membrane, or Rubber Dome. (Silent/Quiet Key models only)
Other features: Pointing stick. (EnduraPro only)
Colour: Pearl White or Raven Black with Black keys (2003-2006) or Metallic Grey keys (2007-Present) or blank keys.
Dimensions: 17.9 x 7.1 inches
Notes: EnduraPro is a copy of the IBM Japan 5576-C01 keyboard with a Western layout.
The Spacesaver is the Endurapro without the pointing stick. The identations for where the mouse buttons should be can be seen on the case.