The Apple Adjustable Keyboard is a pointing device that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple in 1993 as part of the Apple Keyboard series. The Keyboard has been introduced on January 1, 1993, and its price started at $219.
The new keyboard features the ability to set the angle of the keyboard to the personalized user requirements. The keyboard came with contoured plastic wrist rests, and a separate keypad with function keys and arrow keys.
The keyboard used the new input connection method the Apple Desktop BUS (ADB) and was designed to be compatible with both product lines the Macintosh and Apple II series.
Today Apple Adjustable Keyboard is 30 years old!
Apple Adjustable Keyboard Release Date and Original Price
|Introduced||January 1, 1993|
|Weight||2.5 Ibs. / 0.14 Ibs.*|
1.133 KG / 63.50 Grams*
|Dimensions||1.48″ H x 15.1″ W x 6.26″ D|
3.75 cm H x 38.35 cm W x 15.9 cm D
- Macintosh with ADB port
- System 6.0.7 or later
|Keys in Total||68-69 in Keyboard Array|
43 in Keypad array
|Alphanumeric||47-48 in Keyboard Array|
0 in Keypad Array
|Special||1 – Power|
4 – Volume control
15 – Function keys
|Numeric||0 in Keyboard Array|
18 in Keypad array
|Cursor-control||4 in Keyboard Array|
4 (T-style) in Keypad Array