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P/N 40K5400

IBM UltraNav USB Keyboard

Market Model Name/Feature Code
SK-8845
Type
Model M6-1/ThinkPad UltraNav Keyboard
OEM
LITE-ON
Switches
IBM ThinkPad scissor-stabilised rubber domes (LITE-ON variant)
Earliest Appearance
2006
Casing Colour
Black
Branding
Generic IBM logo
Feet
Dual-setting flip-out feet
Protocol
HID
Connection
Cable
Cable
Black straight fixed Type A USB
Layout/Language
US Euro 103P
Built-In Mouse
Synaptics TouchStyk & TrackPad UltraNav
Additional Notes
Has an integrated two-port USB hub, also called the IBM USB Keyboard with Integrated Pointing Device, known to be a part of the IBM 1U 17-Inch and 19-inch Flat-Panel Monitor Console Kits with feature code 8688
Data Last Updated
2021-04-08

More about this type of keyboard...

Variant of a Model M6-1/ThinkPad UltraNav Keyboard
Variant of a Model M6-1/ThinkPad UltraNav Keyboard
Variant of a Model M6-1/ThinkPad UltraNav Keyboard
Variant of a Model M6-1/ThinkPad UltraNav Keyboard
Variant of a Model M6-1/ThinkPad UltraNav Keyboard
Variant of a Model M6-1/ThinkPad UltraNav Keyboard

The Model M6-1/ThinkPad UltraNav keyboards were an extension of the standard Model M6-1/ThinkPad pointing stick keyboards that included a programmable trackpad along with the pointing stick. For UltraNav keyboard assemblies for laptops, these were exclusively TrackPoint IV pointing stick keyboards and were produced largely by Alps or NMB. For the discrete keyboards of the SK-8835/SK-884x family, these were Synaptics TouchStyk pointing stick keyboards and produced exclusively by LITE-ON. These 'classic' ThinkPad keyboards were axed by Lenovo around 2012, however, IBM and later Lenovo's x86 server division continued to have SK-8835/SK-884x family keyboards produced well after 2012.