Tagged: keyboard CUBE Thinker i35
March 21, 2018 at 2:12 am #140886
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Does anyone have the part number for the Thinkers keyboard? as I would like to either get a UK layout if at all possible, and more for the fact I wear keyboards out (good ones) like they are going out of fashion. so i always try and get my hands on a spare if at all possible. so far.. touch wood, no major issues with mines, and had it 6 months now. and i have had luck once you know the part number finding them even for machines like this that are deemed unobtanium except from the factory… cube buy there boards in from somewhere.. its just figuring out from who.March 21, 2018 at 5:31 pm #140901
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Sorry not sure on this and positive that they have no UK layout for it. Chinese only stick to US Layout which is fine for me being a New Zealander we use the US layout and never went for the UK (Thankfully) due to our currency being the dollar and the US layouts have the $ symbol.
Your best bet is stickers for some of the keys, don’t solve the left shift key size etc.
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It’s more a replacement as I knacker keyboards. Not that fussed about layout, a simple key combo puts a £ in when I need. But it would be good to source a spare. I write a lot of python code so keyboards end up shiny and worn quite quickly.April 9, 2018 at 6:37 pm #141719
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