A500 05/12/15—30/01/16

eX_Amiga_Keyboards_01 Amiga keyboards. A500 on top, A1200 bottom. Apart from the circuit-board top right and different connectors, the keyboards themselves are identical in layout…
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Amiga keyboards. A500 on top, A1200 bottom. Apart from the circuit-board top right and different connectors, the keyboards themselves are identical in layout…
eX_Amiga_Keyboards_06 Amiga A500 keyboard with a bunch of keys removed.
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Amiga A500 keyboard with a bunch of keys removed.
eX_Amiga_Keyboards_02 The rather complex under-side of the Enter key on an Amiga 500 keyboard.
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The rather complex under-side of the Enter key on an Amiga 500 keyboard.
eX_Amiga_Keyboards_07 On Amiga 500 and 1200 (and probably some other models) there is a spring under each key cap.
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On Amiga 500 and 1200 (and probably some other models) there is a spring under each key cap.
eX_Amiga_Keyboards_04 The bigger keys have a little more complex mechanism holding them in  place compared to the smaller keys.
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The bigger keys have a little more complex mechanism holding them in place compared to the smaller keys.
eX_Amiga_Keyboards_03 This is what it looks like under the Caps Lock key of an Amiga 500.
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This is what it looks like under the Caps Lock key of an Amiga 500.
eX_Amiga_Keyboards_05 The curcuit-board on an Amiga 500 keyboard. On an A1200 keyboard, this circuit-board is mssing, leaving a hole.
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The curcuit-board on an Amiga 500 keyboard. On an A1200 keyboard, this circuit-board is mssing, leaving a hole.
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