attached, black coiled cable, XT 5-pin DIN connector
keyboard is used equipment. Upper keyboard case and individual keys have been removed and fully cleaned by hand.
VERY clicky = buckling spring
Requires use of additional XT to AT converter/adapter in order to work with modern PCs link
Unlike most novice sellers on ebay on other vintage surplus supply warehouses, this keyboard has been fully tested by connecting to my still functioning 1981 IBM XT (green screen CRT) computer and then to XT to AT custom converter and tested and re-tested to fully work as originally designed.
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