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Offline Maledicted

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Cool ancient Cherry keyboard
« on: Tue, 07 April 2020, 11:06:10 »

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Re: Cool ancient Cherry keyboard
« Reply #1 on: Tue, 07 April 2020, 18:53:15 »
That would have an awesome history; cherry assembly, digital pcb and someone built a controller as well.
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Re: Cool ancient Cherry keyboard
« Reply #2 on: Wed, 08 April 2020, 14:20:22 »
That's a freaking cool keyboard. I'd love to have it just as a decoration in my living room.

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Re: Cool ancient Cherry keyboard
« Reply #3 on: Wed, 08 April 2020, 14:59:32 »
That's a freaking cool keyboard. I'd love to have it just as a decoration in my living room.

The case is probably big enough to build a modern computer inside of, if you really wanted, maybe even without permanent modification if you made a duplicate metal plate for rear I/O. That would make it even cooler.

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Re: Cool ancient Cherry keyboard
« Reply #4 on: Wed, 08 April 2020, 19:16:36 »
That's a freaking cool keyboard. I'd love to have it just as a decoration in my living room.

The case is probably big enough to build a modern computer inside of, if you really wanted, maybe even without permanent modification if you made a duplicate metal plate for rear I/O. That would make it even cooler.

Wow, a Mini ITx in that would probably fit well with a low profile cooler. That'd be such a neat computer to show off, a mini commodore looking creation.

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Offline funkmon

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Re: Cool ancient Cherry keyboard
« Reply #5 on: Wed, 08 April 2020, 19:18:24 »
This is certainly an interesting one:

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Vintage Rare Cherry Computer Keyboard UB80-01AA Digital 249945 &More Wooden Case

Cool! A keyboard with a Mom's Basement theme!

lol. Oh my god, a keyboard with wood panelling and ****ing carpeting. Could you even imagine?

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Re: Cool ancient Cherry keyboard
« Reply #6 on: Wed, 08 April 2020, 19:21:04 »
Does that say "BILL" on the side?

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Re: Cool ancient Cherry keyboard
« Reply #7 on: Thu, 09 April 2020, 13:15:27 »
Does that say "BILL" on the side?

Looks like it. That is ultra cool and the price seems reasonable. Sometimes people price items like this at absurd levels.
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Re: Cool ancient Cherry keyboard
« Reply #8 on: Thu, 09 April 2020, 13:28:30 »
Yep. An itx build in that would be ****ing amazing.
My wife I a also push her button . But now she have her button push by a different men. So I buy a keyboard a mechanicale, she a reliable like a Fiat.