|IBM logo||newer style Dell logo gray text with E at an angle|
|Manufacted by Lexmark|
|cable||attached coiled cable, ps/2 connector|
|key caps||removable (one piece key cap integrated into key stem)|
|key switches||clicky (buckling spring)|
|keyboard is used equipment.
Upper keyboard case and individual keys
have been removed and fully cleaned by hand.
|condition||In 1991 Dell was still a small custom-build computer shop in Texas. Originally founded in 1984 by Michael Dell, it did not launch the popular www.dell.com until 1994.|
|comments||This 1991 keyboard is an early example of how Dell would re-brand or have other component companies construct computer parts (in this case Lexmark), and then have Dell logos applied. This item is essentially an IBM 1391401 keyboard.|
|comments||Has a small drill hole in back of case. Gray electrical tape at the end of the keyboard cable to fix cracked plastic sheathing.|