IBM ThinkPad 355-series/360-series Keyboard Assembly

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Admiral Shark's Keyboards (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
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1994 Q2Model M6-1 Type V Laptop Keyboard AssemblyIBM membrane buckling springsMore info on this keyboard

eg, P/Ns 84G5728, 84G5897, 84G5898, 84G5900, 84G5902, 84G5905, 84G5911, 84G5914, 84G5915, 84G5916

Lexmark-made 85-key (ANSI), 86-key (ISO) or 90-key (JIS) keyboard assembly for the IBM 2619 ThinkPad 355 series and 2620 ThinkPad 360 series notebook laptops. It has an integrated TrackPoint II pointing stick with two mouse buttons that were distinct for being thin and entirely red. The 2619/2620 keyboard's layout is based on the ThinkPad 700, 720 and PS/55note C52 design but with an added function ("Fn") key and the Japanese version likewise has its arrow keys moved to in between the right Alt and Ctrl keys. The keyboard assembly is also now a hinged module that can be lifted to provide access to the host laptop's components. It has golden modifier, lock and utility key legends and an overlay numeric keypad with dull blue legends. The 2619/2620 keyboard design is the same as the earlier IBM ThinkPad 750-series, 755C-series & 370C Keyboard Assembly.


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