A Hottek 1KB101 keyboard with HTK switches – reviewed by Chyrosran22.
Cipulot posted some photos of his latest find: an electro-capacitive Sony BKE-9400A.
Loitering_Potato posted his find and commenters tried to figure out what this is.
A Tesla Consul 259.6 keyboard from a Soviet mainframe computer terminal – restored and posted by chernobyl_dude
What do you think the term "Ultrasonic" in the name of this Smith-Corona electric typewriter model stands for?
A Japanese Topre board manufactured by CDS with an interesting layout – posted by May_1.
A 1984 Luxor ABC77 keyboard from the Swedish army posted by sadolf.
This awesome-looking 1982 Cromemco C-10 was posted by WonderSausage.
I bought this cute vintage 60% Kontron PSI 80 a few weeks ago and decided it's time to clean it, investigate its interior, and share some photos.
This gorgeous Dynalogic Hyperion, a Canadian luggable from the early '80s, was posted by snuci.
Salvaged by NintendoDuck from a recycling center: a cool Fujitsu keyboard of unknown origin.
The first(?) steno machine patented by Miles M. Bartholomew in 1879.
The IBM 5100 is one of the many "first" portable computers (1975). Shared by Crul_.
The elusive CPT Phoenix Jr word processor keyboard spotted by catsontuesday.
The КТ-У1 is a reed-switch keyboard from Soviet times – posted by psych_1337.
This is a Sabre Edit video editor by Grass Valley Group. Posted by iaakki.
Sharktastica posted an IBM CANPOS (Compact Alphanumeric Point Of Sale) keyboard with a pointing stick.
After buying a Datadesk LittleFingers LF-2100 keyboard, FansForFlorida posted an informative gallery.
A gorgeous Cortron keyboard with ITW magnetic valve switches made for Sperry Univac systems. Posted by catsontuesday.
A portable DMX lighting controller posted by aleigh9812.
A pimped-up Siemens Unity 2 "Super Silent Keyboard" posted by catsontuesday.
The Fairlight MFX3 Plus is a dedicated hardware designed to handle 24 tracks of recording live.
The HP 9845, Hewlett Packard's flagship from 1977, and the first "workstation".
On the awesome-looking Lumon Industries terminal and keyboard, a custom prop from Severance with cool vintage vibe.
The StenoWord is a Japanese chorded keyboard for professionals doing subtitles for live broadcasts.