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Originally Posted by chatch15117 View Post
LOL yeah tonight I'm going to be typing FURIOUSLY!!! Thanks +rep
"dude, I can't hear myself think!!!" hehe

Anyway, you're welcome!
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post #232 of 36843
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Originally Posted by wonderlust View Post
Takes me to 7 Model Ms

Yowza! And I thought I had some addiction affliction when I bought #4... (and still I can't stop looking at the bay auctions...)

I heart my M's , but I'm curious to see if there is anything I like comparably well for typing. Don't know if I've ever actually tried any others in the past but since touch typing is so largely an issue of familiarity I'm wondering if it may just be a moot point and if it ain't broke don't fix it... Anybody here know of a Model M devotee (a "M'addict"?)hat converted to anything else? If so, what wooed them away from the M?
    
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Having finally got the items I am not quite so happy...

2 of the Model Ms are missing cables and one is missing a Ctrl key cover.

Also in the box was an IBM 6450225 not sure if it will work with a modern PC though, it's a very strange layout. The fact that its an AT keyboard rather than PS2 shouldn't be an issue as I have an adaptor.

one of these
http://www.seasip.info/VintagePC/ibm_6450225.html
Edited by wonderlust - 4/22/10 at 11:51pm
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post #234 of 36843
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Originally Posted by wonderlust View Post
Having finally got the items I am not quite so happy...

2 of the Model Ms are missing cables and one is missing a Ctrl key cover.

Also in the box was an IBM 6450225 not sure if it will work with a modern PC though, it's a very strange layout. The fact that its an AT keyboard rather than PS2 shouldn't be an issue as I have an adaptor.
rule of acquisition #67 always inspect the merchandise before making a deal.

hope you have the right adapter, not all adapters work.

Christine
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post #235 of 36843
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Originally Posted by wonderlust View Post
Having finally got the items I am not quite so happy...

2 of the Model Ms are missing cables and one is missing a Ctrl key cover.

Also in the box was an IBM 6450225 not sure if it will work with a modern PC though, it's a very strange layout. The fact that its an AT keyboard rather than PS2 shouldn't be an issue as I have an adaptor.

one of these
http://www.seasip.info/VintagePC/ibm_6450225.html
Aw man...

By the way: I don't see anything strange about the layout. Except, I see a layout that I've seen and used before and hated intensely thanks to that small Backspace key.

Edit: Oh, that's a UK layout. I understand what's strange about it now!
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post #236 of 36843
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rule of acquisition #67 always inspect the merchandise before making a deal.

hope you have the right adapter, not all adapters work.

Christine
I really cannot complain about the price...

6 x 17" CRT monitors, 2 brand new never been used. (now worthless)
4 x Xerox plain paper Fax machines (not sure what they are worth)
3 drum kits for above
6 x brand new IBM pcmcia 10/100 cards (worthless)
box of pcmcia token ring cards (worthless)
12 compaq non mechanical keyboards (probably worthless)
1 IBM KB-7953 (worthless)
the 4 model Ms and the 6450225

all for £1
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I'm pretty sure you can get away with selling those CRTs if they've got good specs. I'm sure there are plenty of gamers who'd love to have one.
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well I need to go through them first to confirm if they are ok, then onto the bay they go
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Proud owner of a ABS M1
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ABS M1 right now, but I'm definitely going to be getting more. Possibly a Filco tenkeyless.
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