King Of Click: The Story Of The Greatest Keyboard Ever Made

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  1. scotjimland

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    Like all IBM hardware, the build quality was superb. I must check the loft to see if I still have one :D
     
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    Dig it out Graham. . they don't make em like this any more.. use it, or flog it.. they make good money
     
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    Wish I'd never dumped my IBM PS1 or my original Apple Mac. Oh well.
     
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    I have two of those. I use one of them daily (y)
     
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    Just been in the loft for something else, Jim, but the boxes of old computer bits are behind some other rubbish valuable antiques of the future, so it will have to wait :D
     
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    In the days (!) of electric typewriters one of the best ergonomic keyboards, as far as I remember, was the Adler, they were so comfortable to use, you could really get some speed up!
     
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    yes, I remember those days ..

    just:(
     
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    my loft is stuffed full of valuable antiques.. some may even be worth a few bob :LOL:
     
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    Oh goody. Got at least one, maybe two, in the loft. Threw another one out a year or so ago
    superb build quality but not suitable for use as a step!:cry:
     
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    Mine as well!
     
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    IBM 7535 and 7565 robotic Manufacturing Systems demonstrated assembling keyboards at the Greenock, Scotland plant circa 1983/1984. Shows assembly of capacitive buckling spring keyboards, and also features a Personal Computer used to program the robot controllers using AML/E, and a Series/1 minicomputer controlling the plant operations.


     
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