'Minimal (small) PC-AT type keyboard'
Firstly thanks to all those patient peoples who answered my previous
non PIC issues some time back and the interesting tangential social
chats that make life that much more enjoyable :)
Anyone know where I can find a minimal and small keyboard which is PC-AT
compatible (Only needs ASCII/numeric/shift/control etc) - ostensibly for
portable use ? Looking for about 100 over next year in new condition.
Perth, Western Australia
06/27/97 03:35 PM
>Anyone know where I can find a minimal and small keyboard which is
>PC-AT compatible (Only needs ASCII/numeric/shift/control etc)
I seem to recall that keytronic made a very compact keyboard
for use in POS systems.
I'm sure they're on the web, so a quick email may get you an
> From: Mike
> Anyone know where I can find a minimal and small keyboard which is PC-AT
> compatible (Only needs ASCII/numeric/shift/control etc) - ostensibly for
> portable use ? Looking for about 100 over next year in new condition.
We bought a bunch of compact keyboards (236mm by 158mm) a few years ago. I
dug out an empty box and it says:
Scorpius 83 Keyboard
13th floor Number 207
Tun Hwa N. RD.
Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
At the time I think we bought some in black and some in beige. It does not
have the numeric keypad or the block of navigation keys on the right. It
has F keys across the top and digits are in their conventional QWERTY
position on the top row of the keyboard.
We used them all up so I guess they were OK.
Hope it helps,
Image Logic Corporation
Cheery makes a fairly compact 101 key keyboard. I don't have one hear at home,
but could get you the
model number if needed.
On Sat, 28 Jun 1997 07:35:00 -0400, Engineering Department wrote:
Ivey Cole onr.comicole
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