Walmart has keyboards, starting about ten bucks, new.
Christopher A. Young
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I was digging out a monitor to give away and found an IBM type M
keyboard with a PS/2 mini din plug. What's it worth?
One thing is USB keyboards are really nice but when you are
at the DOS / Bios level you will need the PS/2 mini Din plug.
I keep one around the house in a box just for that. You have to have
a fancy Bios that you can enable USB once you have the old one attached.
I used to build from scratch all sorts of laptops/towers/servers as my
product line was the memory on board from Simm to DIMM to SoDim with
Dram/Fast-page/ripple/DDR/DDRII - retired before DDRII came out.
On 7/10/2013 1:44 AM, John G wrote:
And around a corner, too. :)
ABout 20 years ago I sold a whole pile of them to a IBM authorized
business computer service company at a small hamfest. People were
sneering at them, and telling me the prices were a rip-off, that used
keyboards were only worth 50 cents. His jaw dropped. Then he bought
all of them, and the new spare cords without haggling.
On Wed, 10 Jul 2013 04:03:49 -0400, "Michael A. Terrell"
Ayup...I look for them and when I find them in second hand stores and
used computer places..Ill snag em and bring em home.
The replacements..are not cheap
A somewhat similar keyboard..
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