DEC Terminal Design

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Date: Sat Sep 25 14:01:39 1999

>That's fine if all your systems are PCs. On this list, that's rarely the
>case, and it's a lot of work to use an IBM keyboard on a PET or TRS-80 or
>C64 or PERQ or...

Several years back, I picked up a little adapter (a PC board with
one or two chips) that allows PC-clone (specifically, XT compatible)
keyboards to be used with an Apple ][ keyboard interface (that 0.3"
DIP socket). I'd never seen one before, and I've never seen one
since. Were these ever widely available? Who made them? (Mine
is quite devoid of any markings - the chips are even unlabeled!)

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