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    Default Early Amiga 2000 Stock with Gotek

    Here is a very clean and early Amiga 2000 rescued from an estate sale.

    4.3 motherboard
    1.3 ROM
    No Battery damage at all. This one got lucky.
    2 disk drives, but neither worked reliably. I replaced DF0 with a Gotek (FlashFloppy) with buzzer and OLED display. The other one is left as a spacer.
    Original Keyboard with NMB switches
    Original Tank Mouse
    Works Perfectly!
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    $350 US + shipping from 30907
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    Nice machine! Declaring interest.

    Are you sure that keyboard has Cherry switches? That looks like a standard A2000 keyboard, not one of the rare mechanical ones.
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    The keyboard in the photo is definitely not the Cherry one. It could maybe be the later NMB “space invaders” mechanical, but to be 100% sure a keycap should be removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyzzy View Post
    The keyboard in the photo is definitely not the Cherry one. It could maybe be the later NMB “space invaders” mechanical, but to be 100% sure a keycap should be removed.
    Done. You are correct, it has the white switches that look like space invaders. Is that an NMB? Still a good feeling keyboard. I added a photo.
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    Yep, that's the mechanical NMB variant, which is also known as the Chicken Lips (even if it doesn't have the left C= keycap, mechanically it's the same).

    Very good keyboard indeed, especially if the switches are not too worn out (they may tend to get a bit "sticky" with time).

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    Have to withdraw interest, sorry.

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    Declaring interest

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    xamfear has paid. Will meet up with him locally to deliver it.
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