Apple Macintosh Keyboard
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Macintosh Keyboard

Introduced and included with the original Macintosh in 1984, it debuted with neither arrow keys to control the cursor nor an integrated numeric keypad. The keyboard pinouts are “crossed” so it isn’t possible to use a standard telephone cord as a replacement; doing so will result in damage to the keyboard or the computer. The keyboard also introduced a unique command key similar to the “open” Apple Key on the Lisa.

History of Macintosh Keyboard is provided by wikipedia
Apple Macintosh Keyboard
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Macintosh Keyboard – General Information

Overview
IntroducedJanuary 1984
DiscontinuedJanuary 1986
Model NumberM0110
PriceUnknown
ColorsBeige
WeightUnknown
DimensionsUnknown
System Requirements
  • Macintosh with RJ-11 connector
Keyboard
Keys in Total57
Alphanumeric46
SpecialNone
NumericNone
Cursor-controlNone
Connections
ConnectionRJ-11
Power
PowerUnknown
Related products

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