Buckling spring master race, UNITE!

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An IBM Model M made by Lexmark 52G9658. Seller’s picture. It was actually pretty dirty and a lot of the key caps were dirty.

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After using an air compressor to blow away the dust and removing + cleaning each individual keycap, it came out looking pristine!

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Apparently 52G9658 keyboards were identical to 1391401 (the most common Model M) except they were made by Lexmark, had a blue label, and a non-removable PS/2 cord.

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Also got these two PS/2 mice. Moreso for old stuff.

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all cleaned up as well!

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We had one of these in the late 90s/early 2000s. I think this is what made me get used to bigger ergonomical mice.

Logitech MouseMan Plus PS/2 mouse

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Has rubberized sides and a thumb button.

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