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That's an oldy.
Oldie but Goodie. These Keyboards are still fantastic today. Just dont care for the color lol
     
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post #422 of 36850
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Originally Posted by burningrave101 View Post
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.
I've always used the left CTRL key even on standard keyboards.
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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

Added a Pic
jealous

very nice man, I would love to get my hands on the one in the far back. I have a 89 silver lable.
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I've always used the left CTRL key even on standard keyboards.
Well it may just be that I learned to type incorrectly but for me I got used to dropping my right pinkie down to hit the the right side CTRL when using key combos that involve keys on the left side of the board. With the left CTRL key you sorta have to stretch to hit the T key and it throws me off a bit when typing but I'm sure I'll get used to it.
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Well it may just be that I learned to type incorrectly but for me I got used to dropping my right pinkie down to hit the the right side CTRL when using key combos that involve keys on the left side of the board. With the left CTRL key you sorta have to stretch to hit the T key and it throws me off a bit when typing but I'm sure I'll get used to it.
Just use your left hand to press Left Ctrl for Ctrl+T. Of course, I do realize that it is the only Ctrl key on the board.
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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)
You mean one of these -



They used Alps plate-spring switches and are supposedly quite nice to type on.
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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
Nice haul. Note however that the M2s are very unreliable due to some crazy capacitor problems. There's a guide on Geekhack for fixing them if one ever screws up on you...

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The very earliest models are dated November 85
Earliest I've seen is a September 1985 3161 Terminal variant. I'm pretty sure I've seen an Industrial from October 1985 as well.
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Mine comes in tomorrow. I'm so excited.
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You mean one of these -



They used Alps plate-spring switches and are supposedly quite nice to type on.
It was similar to that (not exact though, but close enough). I really wish I had it still just for the keyboard
    
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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.
Generally speaking, the original IBM models are worth more than the Lexmark models, by maybe $5-$10. The only time there's a significant price hike is if it's NIB, a SpaceSaver (Mini), or Industrial.

All the other IBM boards are different models (M2, M5, M13, etc) and their value can either be really high or almost nothing.
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