[NTLK] AppleDesign keyboard prototype or early model?
vladkorotnev at gmail.com
Wed Jan 18 04:26:48 EST 2012
Here they are, now have to run, see ya later
~ Vladislav Korotnev
On вторник, 17 января 2012 г. at 21:29, Grant Hutchinson wrote:
> On 2012-01-17, at 6:20 AM, Vladislav Korotnev wrote:
> > Recently I got some AppleDesign keyboards. I have found out that one of them looks different. Instead of usual labeling on the Num/Caps/Scroll lock LEDs it has arrow-like symbols. It has the same model number, but the labeling on the back has no FCC ID, it's formatted VERY different (3 text columns instead of just plain text), the things that rise the keyboard for use on table are longer than the newer AppleDesign keyboards, it reads © Apple Computer 1994 instead of 1996. The part where the mouse connects is wider too. What is that? A prototype, DVT, rare model? Never seen one on photos or ebay.
> Can you post some photos of the differences side by side? The fact that it's lacking an FCC (or similar) designation may indicate that it's a prototype. I'd be curious to compare it to the various models that I have here.
> Grant Hutchinson
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