Talk:Model F keyboard

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The diagram is badly drawn. According to my tests, the correct diagram is shown here:

http://www.beyondlogic.org/keyboard/keybrd.htm

Following the diagram on wikipedia will result on burnt keyboards.

The template is wrong[edit]

Anyone who knows which template may be suitable here? "Connector" doesn't seem like the best option... - Anonimski (talk) 21:30, 16 May 2014 (UTC)

Incorrect image[edit]

The image of the 122 key F is of the early model M 122 not a model F you can tell as it has model M style modifiers and not the stepped design of the model F. Early model m 122s used the case of a model F . — Preceding unsigned comment added by 31.221.80.130 (talk) 14:11, 23 January 2015 (UTC)

Incomplete sentence[edit]

This section has now been updated.



This sentence is incomplete:

Its mechanical-key design consisted of a buckling spring with a capacitive plate—similarly to the Model M, except that a rubber membrane was not used and the controller's ability to detect all keys simultaneously.

I don't have the technical knowledge to fix it. Anyone? – AndyFielding (talk) 13:04, 7 February 2015 (UTC)