IBM Model F62 “Kishsaver” review (capacitive buckling springs)

Posted on Apr 2 2018 - 5:56am by Techy Hints



Skip to 9:03 for a typing demonstration.
Today we look at the IBM 6019284 Model 200 62-key “Kishsaver” terminal keyboard. It was a glorious day when IBM perfected the 60% keyboard ^^ .

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I’m Thomas and I do videos and reviews on mechanical keyboards ranging from the most sickening modern RGB gaming keyboards to vintage hardware relics, or sometimes keycaps or keyswitches ranging from Cherry MX to Alps SKCM to IBM buckling springs and anything in between.

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The practice sentence was: “Hello my name is Thomas and I’m typing on an IBM Model F62 Kishsaver right now. Jesus Christ, I’m not a space saving guy, but if I was, I’d hopefully be able to snag one of these.”

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