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Offline chyros

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Apple M0110 keyboard review (Alps SKCC Tall Cream)
« on: Sun, 05 January 2020, 07:42:41 »
Today we look at one of the most classic offerings from the Apple line; the M0110! This keyboard has a wealth of history behind it, and eventually and indirectly turned out to be one of the more influential vintage keyboards. Hope you enjoy the video, and happy new year! :)

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Re: Apple M0110 keyboard review (Alps SKCC Tall Cream)
« Reply #1 on: Sun, 05 January 2020, 08:02:20 »
Gave it a look yesterday, loved the review.

A follow up question I had was what did the numpad connect to? the keyboard, or behind the unit as well?

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Re: Apple M0110 keyboard review (Alps SKCC Tall Cream)
« Reply #2 on: Mon, 06 January 2020, 14:14:11 »
Gave it a look yesterday, loved the review.

A follow up question I had was what did the numpad connect to? the keyboard, or behind the unit as well?
The M0120 has two ports; one for connecting to the keyboard, and one for connecting to the computer.
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Re: Apple M0110 keyboard review (Alps SKCC Tall Cream)
« Reply #3 on: Mon, 06 January 2020, 19:14:45 »
Gave it a look yesterday, loved the review.

A follow up question I had was what did the numpad connect to? the keyboard, or behind the unit as well?
The M0120 has two ports; one for connecting to the keyboard, and one for connecting to the computer.

Such a strange device, thanks for the info.

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