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Behold:
http://www.clickeykeyboards.com/model-m-buyers-guide/

Alright, if they have any 1391401, IBM 84-key space saver keyboard (model# 1391472, 1397681, 1370475, 1392464, 1392934, 1395100), or the rare AT&t branded board (even if it doesn't work, my dad worked for SBC for 40 years and he loves collecting vintage SBC/AT&t stuff) I'll bite. Is $35 or $40 a far price for any of them?
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Alright, if they have any 1391401, IBM 84-key space saver keyboard (model# 1391472, 1397681, 1370475, 1392464, 1392934, 1395100), or the rare AT&t branded board (even if it doesn't work, my dad worked for SBC for 40 years and he loves collecting vintage SBC/AT&t stuff) I'll bite. Is $35 or $40 a far price for any of them?

I just paid about $40 for my newest 1391401. I would expect the rarer ones to be a little more, but I'll keep you in mind when I visit the warehouse on Saturday. I'm hoping the guys will let me photograph or at least take notes on the labels to see exactly what they've got.
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I just paid about $40 for my newest 1391401. I would expect the rarer ones to be a little more, but I'll keep you in mind when I visit the warehouse on Saturday. I'm hoping the guys will let me photograph or at least take notes on the labels to see exactly what they've got.

Sounds good. So $40 for the 1401, and what would you estimate for the TKL boards? I actually asked my dad about it, and he said he wouldn't want the AT&t board lol. "I have a laptop". rolleyes.gif
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Figured I'd finally post here.
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Same. Had mine for 3 months now and enjoying it. Took a long time to get used to the MX reds coming from a G15. Kiiinda wish I went with something that has a tactile feedback.
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Sounds good. So $40 for the 1401, and what would you estimate for the TKL boards? I actually asked my dad about it, and he said he wouldn't want the AT&t board lol. "I have a laptop". rolleyes.gif

I would expect TKL boards to be more, as they're rarer. I'm not even sure these guys have any. My guess is that the bulk of their 300+ boards are not even 1391401, or if they are, that they're early 90s versions or maybe even terminal boards that won't work on a PC. I intend to find out this weekend.
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I'm pretty new to custom mechanical keyboard, currently using filco majes2 with blue switch.
I've ordered some custom keycaps in the past but recently I'm thinking to custom paint the keyboard itself
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I would expect TKL boards to be more, as they're rarer. I'm not even sure these guys have any. My guess is that the bulk of their 300+ boards are not even 1391401, or if they are, that they're early 90s versions or maybe even terminal boards that won't work on a PC. I intend to find out this weekend.

Alright. Just let me know.



Just realized I ordered a TKL board, when all my buy binds for CS are on the numpad. doh.gif

Looks like my membrane board is still going to get some burn on the numpad until I decide to justify spending $30 for a seperate numpad.
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quick question: does the quickfire TK use costar or cherry stabilizers?
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I like how I wear headphones all the time now because my keyboard is a bit too loud for me.

And then I wonder how my roommate feels. I think I'm getting some passive-aggressive responses.
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