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Count me in with a Deck Fire 82-key.
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My new Deck Ice 82-key will be here today . It will be my first mechanical keyboard so I went with Deck for the 30 day return policy so I can try it out and make sure I like it.
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My new Deck Ice 82-key will be here today . It will be my first mechanical keyboard so I went with Deck for the 30 day return policy so I can try it out and make sure I like it.
Excellent keyboard. I've had mine for a few years now. I just ordered a different casing to go around it.
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Excellent keyboard. I've had mine for a few years now. I just ordered a different casing to go around it.
You have any trouble with the fact that there is no CTRL key on the right side of the keyboard? I'm a CTRL+T and CTRL+W addict and its driving me nuts lol. Outside of that though I'm really liking the Deck 82-key a lot.
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I've literally never used the right control or alt, but I only have full sized keyboards anyways. The left ctrl is close enough to press without really leaving home row, the right one isn't really on most keyboards.
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Attachment 156859

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From left to right - IBM Model M13, IBM Model F, SGI AT-101 (modded with Complicated Blue Alps switches), IBM Model M4-1, Filco Tenkeyless Otaku (with Blue Cherry switches), HHKB Pro.

I'm getting rid of the Filco and M4-1 when I get one of these -



It's a Dolch PAC network sniffer with an OEM Cherry G80-1800 with Blue switches.
I have something similar to that funky computer in my basement at this very moment. I was told it was an early laptop prototype. I think it had 3.1 or 95 on it or something (it might even be older than that. All I know is that it's an IBM and the keyboard attaches to the front of the monitor so you can carry it). I should go check out the keyboard on it now! lol

Edit: Well, I had something like that. It looks like it was tossed some years ago during a spring cleaning mission. Apparently someone thought it was junk. . . (points blame at the woman lol)
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I just picked up 3 IBM model M's they are (1391401 1991 Silver Label) (1391401 1993 Blue Label with Drains) (1390120 1986 Silver Label no LED's) and another (IBM Model M2 1993) Had a M2 already. Got all these for free from my buddy who didn't want them and was about to Pitch them 0_0 . I got lucky too cause they are all very clean and work perfectly. Took them apart and cleaned anyway though LOL 2 of the M's came with 10' PS2 cables and another with the Black AT cable. Been so many years since I typed on these. 5lbs of Typing greatness lol

So I own

3 IBM Model M's
2 IBM Model M2's
Edited by Captain318 - 5/25/10 at 9:33pm
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That 1986 might be worth something. The very earliest models are dated November 85, so one from 86 is not something you see every day. Take some pics and ask over at Geekhack.org.
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The date on the 1390120 is ( April 4th 1986 ) its written on the label like (04APR*86) I tried to take a pic of the label but my camera is poo

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That's an oldy.
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