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IBM model M 1391401 (white label) 1987 - 1992
IBM model M 1391401 (blue label) 1992 - 1996
IBM model M (silver label) 1986 - 1989
IBM model M 1393464 (white label) 1987 - 1992
IBM model M (blue label) 1993 - 1996
IBM model M 42H1292 (blue label) 1995 - 1999
IBM model M (51G8572) 1993 - 1997
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keyboards (new: never been used)
Rare IBM model M keyboards
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IBM model M (industrial ps/2 model)
IBM model M (soft touch buckling spring)
IBM model M space saving (84-key)
IBM model M2 (1395300 ps/1 model)
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IBM model M4-1 (trackpoint)
IBM model M5-1 (trackball)
IBM model M5-2 (trackball)
IBM model M13 black (Trackpoint II)
IBM model M13 white (Trackpoint II)
IBM model M15 (split ergonomic)
other model M keyboards (Lexmark, Dell)
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IBM PC XT original keyboard (83-key)
IBM PC AT original keyboard (84-key) 1984 - 1985
IBM model M international keyboard layouts
IBM non-clicky (rubber dome) keyboards
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ps2 keyboard to USB adapter converters
model M small parts (springs, feet, screws, keys)
replacement model M SDL to ps/2 keyboard cables
IBM trackpoint / Thinkpad pointer stick red cap
IBM model M replacement key caps
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Japanese keyboards

 1993 IBM model M2 (1395300)  
 1993 IBM model M2 (1395300) ENLARGE

part# 1395300 (model M2)
serial# 2408876
0672495
date 07-26-1993 (13 years old)
18 JAN 93
IBM logo IBM logo printed with blue text on gray background in upper right-hand corner
cable includes attached PS/2 keyboard cable
key caps key cap integrated into key stem (one piece, removable)
key switches clicky = buckling spring
condition keyboard is used equipment and has been lightly cleaned by hand.
comments A smaller keyboard than traditional IBM model M.. but still quality construction and clicky key switches
Keyboard is tested to be 100% functional.  For some reason, these IBM model M2 keyboards are very hard to find in good working condition.  One reason is that very few M2 keyboards for the IBM ps/1 were made, in contrast to the more popular type M keyboards.  The second reason is that the traditional model M keyboard uses a much heavier-duty construction with an integrated steel plate to add to durability and ergonomics.  In comparison, the slimline model M2 is a lighter keyboard and thus most keyboards have not survived 10+ years in warehouses at the bottom of boxes of other surplus hardware..  For every one working model M2  keyboard that we locate, we find four that appear to work at first examination, but when fully tested they have internal busted electronics or broken plastics.


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