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Amiga keyboard

The Amiga keyboard, the keyboard of Commodore's Amiga computer, is quite similar to today's Windows keyboards, but having a left and right "Amiga" key (bearing the "A" of the (former) Amiga logo in black on the left and outlined on the right). It also has a dedicated "Help" key. It doesn't have keys like "Insert" or "Print", though. It also only has 10 function keys, instead of the 12 common to IBM PC keyboards.

Many of today's Amiga are highly modified and are used with a standard PC keyboard now.



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