The keyboard part number database is one of the largest repositories of keyboard data on the internet. It’s an ever-growing collection of known IBM, Lexmark, Unicomp, Toshiba, and Lenovo branded keyboard part numbers and specific design data for each. The database is built upon data collected from official IBM and co documents and manuals, past eBay and other auction website listings, other repositories like deskthority wiki, and community submissions.
Helpful questions are used to zoom in on a keyboard of interest.
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