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what kind of keyboard is this?


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Dragon306

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okay so i found a vintage word processor circa 1991 in my grandpa's house while cleaning it out last weekend and could not find the keybaord. it powers on and appears to work prefectly. the keyboard plug-in connector looks something like a phone line. what type of keybaord is this? i would like to get hold of one and sell it complete as a "vintage computing product" on eBay and see if i cant get a few bucks (i saw an HP OmniBook 4000CT 486DX/100 laptop going for $50!).

what type of keyboard is it that uses a phone cord/network cable style plug?? what is it called??

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Post a picture of the connector please?
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Its a standard 6 pin rj12 research suggests as used in:

Atari MEGA ST(e)/TT keyboard
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where could i find one of those??? an eBay search yielded nothing relevant.

Edited by Dragon306, 04 August 2006 - 09:06 AM.

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You could try Here
seems to carry atari parts
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