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I have several IBM Model M keyboards for sale of varying model types. All have been tested and work, and they all come with cords which have PS/2 connectors. I'll charge actual shipping costs from SE Michigan USA:



#5: Blue IBM Logo Part #1391401 - $75

http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm5_1.jpg
http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm5_2.jpg


#6: Blue IBM Logo Part #1391401 - $75

http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm6_1.jpg
http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm6_2.jpg


#7: Blue IBM Logo Part #52G9700 - $65 (hardwired cable)

http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm7_1.jpg
http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm7_2.jpg


#8: Blue IBM Logo Part #52G9700 - $65 (hardwired cable)

http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm8_1.jpg
http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm8_2.jpg


#9: Blue IBM Logo Part #71G4644 - $40 (This is a non-clicky rubber dome model)

http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm9_1.jpg
http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm9_2.jpg



#10 Blue IBM Logo Part #92G7453 - $50 (missing three key caps, but works)

http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm10_1.jpg
http://atariprotos.com/temp/keyboards/modelm10_2.jpg

 

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19 minutes ago, thanatos said:

I think your links for 1 and 3 are swapped.

Fixed that.  The first one is sold anyway.

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These all feature AT plugs correct? Or do the newer ones made in the 90s have PS2 connectors on them?

 

Up..wait..NM I see that you answered that already.

 

Surprised PS2 existed on the earlier made ones though?

 

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1 hour ago, -^CrossBow^- said:

These all feature AT plugs correct? Or do the newer ones made in the 90s have PS2 connectors on them?

 

Up..wait..NM I see that you answered that already.

 

Surprised PS2 existed on the earlier made ones though?

 

 

I'm not really.  I got these from my office and they were a big investor in PS/2 systems.  I think IBM just used whatever stock of keyboard they had laying around until they ran out.  The cables have plugs so you can put whatever style you want in it.

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So your saying the actual keyboards could have been sitting for some time and IBM just put whatever cable was needed or adapters for use at your offices? That makes sense. I'm Tempted on #5...Hmmm....

 

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15 minutes ago, -^CrossBow^- said:

So your saying the actual keyboards could have been sitting for some time and IBM just put whatever cable was needed or adapters for use at your offices? That makes sense. I'm Tempted on #5...Hmmm....

 

That's my best guess.  My office never had any ATs so these didn't come from one of those.  These came with our industrial PCs which are all PS/2 systems (complete with Microchannel!)

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On 2/17/2020 at 12:40 PM, -^CrossBow^- said:

 I'm Tempted on #5...Hmmm....

 

Shoot me a PM, maybe we can work something out.

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Just now, Swami said:

IBM PS/2 came out in 1987?

Sounds right.  5150 was 81, XT was 83, and I think AT was 84ish.

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Oh and since someone asked, yes these are the clicky buckling spring versions.  Only the last one listed as Rubber Dome isn't a clicky keyboard.

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I'm also consider trading for an IBM XT power supply and boxed 2600 games in good condition.

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Added a new keyboard and made a correction to #6. It's not the one missing the keys, I screwed that up.

 

BTW I'm also looking for trade if you got something I can use.  Boxed 2600 games, An IBM XT or AT, etc.
 

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