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Endurapro, buckling spring keyboard with nipple, black USB

UB43PJA

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The Endurapro has buckling spring key design (IBM Model M style), fully swappable keycaps and an integrated 'nipple' style pointing. The integrated mouse saves desk space as does the sleek new footprint which is 20% smaller than the original Model M keyboard, and the 105 key UK layout has Windows keys.

£118.80 (£99.00 ex VAT) 

Endurapro, buckling spring keyboard with nipple, black USB - UB43PJA

The Endurapro has buckling spring key design (IBM Model M style), fully swappable keycaps and an integrated 'nipple' style pointing. The integrated mouse saves desk space as does the sleek new footprint which is 20% smaller than the original Model M keyboard, and the 105 key UK layout has Windows keys.

Endurapro, buckling spring keyboard with nipple, black USB - UB43PJA

Manufacturer
Unicomp
Part Number
UB43PJA
Connection
USB
Cable length
2 Metre
Language Layout
United Kingdom
Number of keys/buttons
105 + 2
Length
455 mm
Depth
180 mm
Height
50 mm
Weight
1.6 kg
Compatible
PC
Gross Weight
2 kg

Endurapro, buckling spring keyboard with nipple, black USB - UB43PJA

  Anonymous  06/10/2017
Great keyboard , its cut down my key error rate considerably. The track-point is fab. If ever this keyboard could be made without the numeric pad I would buy instantly.
  Anonymous  05/10/2017
This is an excellent keyboard. The keys feel fantastic, with a great typing action. The nipple works perfectly, and comes with several spare caps (I replaced the one it came with by default, which had a sandpapery texture to it I wasn't very taken with). It's not going to replace a mouse (or even a trackpad) for more precise work, but for general use, it's fine.

However, while the internals of the keyboard are very nice indeed - it has a significant heft and feels like it will last for many years - the case is a bit of a downside. It's generally okay, but the build quality feels cheap compared to the rest of the keyboard, and there is some give at the bottom corners where the two halves of the case clip together. It's not a huge issue and overall I'm very happy with it, but I do worry that the case won't last as long as the rest of the keyboard.
  Anonymous  07/04/2017
Very nice keyboard, very happy with it. I used to use a real IBM Model M, but on modern PCs I was having trouble getting USB-PS2 adapters working reliably. This feels very close in feel to my 20 year old keyboard (just less run-in!), so I'm happy. :-)

Slightly less taken with the nipple - it's a little too mobile and sensitive compared to the ones I've used on my Thinkpads over the years. So I'm still using a mouse alongside the keyboard for now...
  Garry Webster  13/03/2017
Excellent build quality. Love the retro feel of this keyboard - buckling springs really are as good as I remember. The mouse pointer embedded in the keyboard is a handy addition to this particular model. Seriously thinking of purchasing another to use at my place of work.
No issues with case or keycap moldings as reported on many of the YouTube video reviews I have seen.
Many thanks

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