On 3/12/18 1:13 AM, Chris Hanson wrote:
iirc mine (ours) was in the box, of course it was an employee purchase
shortly before production of the IIsi ceased.
The keyboard you’re referring to is technically the “Apple Keyboard” and not
specific to the Macintosh SE.
In fact, for most if not all of the Macintosh SE’s life, the keyboard was sold
separately and you could buy either the Apple Keyboard or the Apple Extended
Keyboard (replaced in late 1989 by the Apple Extended Keyboard II).
Apple didn’t start including keyboards again until the release of the Macintosh
Classic and LC, which included the Apple Keyboard II.
I believe the Macintosh IIsi, releases at the same time, and the Quadra 700 and
900 released subsequently, still required purchasing the keyboard separately;
at that point it was sort of a Home/Education versus Pro production line
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