IBM PS/note 182-series Keyboard Assembly

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Admiral Shark's Keyboards (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
Admiral Shark's Keyboards (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
1992 Q4Model M6 Type II Laptop Keyboard AssemblyIBM buckling rubber sleeves (M6 slider-actuated type)More info on this keyboard

eg, P/Ns 33G4426, 33G4492, 33G6025, 33G6026, 33G6027, 33G6028, 33G6031, 33G9573

IBM U.S.-made 85-key (ANSI) and 86-key (ISO) keyboard assembly for the IBM 2141 PS/note 182 series entry-level notebook laptop. The 182 series included at least the 2141-182 proper, 2141-E82, 2141-M82, 2141-N82, 2141-S82 and 2141-W82. The 182 keyboard is amongst the few Model M6/M6-1 family keyboards without an integrated pointing device. It's visually based on the 84-key Lexmark Notebook Keyboard but with extra width and given arrow keys moved to a position correct for the classic ThinkPad physical layout. However, the 182 keyboard was notable for adding a function (Fn) key to this layout. It has golden modifier, lock and utility key legends and an overlay numeric keypad with vibrant blue legends.


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