Concept A3-128 Keyboard
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The Concept keyboard was originally designed for the BBC Micro, having a touch sensitive membrane panel typically with 128 squares labelled 00 - 128. The keyboard connects to the BBC Micro user port and can also be connected to the RM Nimbus and Acorn Archimedes with optional user ports. The original keyboard was available in 2 sizes A4 or A3. The example that I have is the A4-128. The original models are identified by their blue metal surround. Later models, the Concept Universal and Universal Plus include a serial port as well as user port connection to provide broader compatibility.
Date : 1990
Manufacturer : Concept
Physical Description : Main unit sn- foam poly for main unit foam poly cover for main unit clear overlay heat the house/meters overlay heat the house/meters overlay small mammals/gumshoe logic small mammals/gumshoe logic ribbon connector user guide warranty card slip ob box
This exhibit has a reference ID of CH12466. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.