Affirmative Keyboard

Not sure what this is. Seems like a clone or rebranding of IBM Model M keyboard

CLI-122 key keyboard
Affirmative keyboard. [image source https://deskthority.net/keyboards-f2/cli-is-this-a-buckling-spring-keyboard-t7792.html ]

info http://www.twindata.com/cli/clikeyboard.htm

Affirmative keyboard 1227T 95320
Affirmative keyboard 1227T.

The key mechanism is buckling spring.

This seems to be used for IBM mainframes.

Affirmative Computer Products manufactures a complete line of keyboards to increase productivity for users moving from iSeries AS/400 Twinax (5250) and zSeries Mainframe Coax (3270) terminals that have 122-key keyboards to PCs or Thin Client / Ethernet Terminals.

[ from http://www.twindata.com/affirmative/5250keyboard.htm]

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