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P/N 13G2127 - Model M-e ANPOS Keyboard Details & Specs

IBM PS/2 ANPOS Keyboard with Integrated Pointing Device

Nickname
M9-e
OEM
XAC
Key-switches
IBM buckling rubber sleeves (early or late POS type)
Earliest Appearance
2004
Casing Colour
Pearl White
Feet
None
Protocol
IBM scancode set 2
Connection
Black straightened-style detachable POS SDL to dual mini-DIN PS/2 cable
Key Count
116
Form Factor
Full-size
Layout/Language
US English
Built-In Mouse
POS pointer
Data Last Updated
2022-06-18

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Variant of a "Model M-e" PS/2 ANPOS Keyboard
Variant of a "Model M-e" PS/2 ANPOS Keyboard
Variant of a "Model M-e" PS/2 ANPOS Keyboard
Variant of a "Model M-e" PS/2 ANPOS Keyboard

The IBM PS/2 ANPOS Keyboard with Integrated Pointing Device was a "Model M-e" enhancement of the Model M9 RANPOS Keyboard design and a part of the pre-Modular (pre-MPOS) series, thus occasionally referred to as the M9-e in fan circles. For the most part, the M9 and M9-e are virtually identical save the integrated force-sensing capacitor based Synaptics TouchStyk pointing stick referred to as simply "POS pointer" in marketing. As such, it too has two distinct types of keys, an integrated magnetic stripe reader, and was available in 116-key (US English) and 117-key (rest of world) layouts.

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