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Per the Personal Systems Reference IBM PC 1994 to 2000 (PDF) it appears the default was the Standard 101 keyboard (rubber dome) with optional upgrade to an Enhanced 101 key (Model M) or Enhanced 101 key with TrackPoint II (Model M13) up until the Pentium 60 model, with only the Standard 101 rubber dome after that until it was replaced with the Standard 104 ...


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Keyboard sense is simply so the CDTV can detect if a keyboard is attached. The keyboard is an optional feature. After all, the CDTV is a game console. and games should be plug and play. Having to go thru various setup options, eventually every time playing is not really a great idea. By enabling games to detect keyboard presence they can enable and show ...


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The CD32 pinout is the similar to the Amiga 4000 (*1), so maybe have a look at this page comparing it to the CDTV. From there it should be easy to work back. Pinout for all Amiga series machines with detached keyboards is: Pin | A1000 | A2/3000 | CDTV | A4000 | CD32 ----+-------+---------+-------+-------+------- 1 | +5V | CLOCK | GND | DATA | DATA ...


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The Commodore CDTV did not come with any keyboard, mouse, or external floppy drive. These accessories were available by purchasing the optional "Expansion Pack" for ~$200. To my knowledge, all the accessories in the Expansion Pack were fully and completely black. The keyboard was identical to the contemporary keyboard that shipped with the A3000, ...


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