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ThinkPad USB Keyboard With TrackPoint – Overview

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/07/13

I wish this keyboard was still on the market [WayBackThinkPad USB Keyboard With TrackPoint – Overview.

Known as 55Y9053, 55Y9003 and 57Y4641 (and a few others like  the English/EUR 55Y9042 if you count the various localised layouts at [WayBack] ThinkPad USB Keyboard with TrackPoint – Service parts), it was one of the best keyboards made apart from the big delete key (that was better in the predecessor, but that one lacked windows keys: [WayBack] Lenovo ThinkPad USB Keyboard Review | NotebookReview).

It is about the same as the Thinkpad25, which added a touchpad: [WayBack] The 25th-anniversary ThinkPad: Every laptop should add some retro appeal | Ars Technica Review: A seven-row keyboard? Matte screen? TrackPoint? The all-business black body? Swoon

–jeroen

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