Here is my Cherry MX 8100 keyboard.
This is a partially-programmable PS/2 keyboard with relegendable keycaps.
It has 120 keys, of which 41 are relegendable and 42 are programmable.
Programming is a curious operation. To enter the programmming mode, press the Ctrl, Alt and Shift keys on both sides of the keyboard simultaneously - and hold all six keys down for five seconds. Once in the programming mode you press the key you want to program, the sequence you want to program it with, and then the programmed key again. Press the space bar to exit the programming mode.
I modified the keyswitches so they have a very low activation force. Details about that are available on the page about keyboard surgery.
The following picture shows the finished keyboard back in action:
The following page has a few pictures taken during the surgery.
This siteFrom here you can go back to Tim's keyboard page.
External linksCherry MX 8100 photo.