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What keyboard layout is this?

Is it not the standard QWERTY layout?

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Is there not a review video that shows a shot of the keyboard?

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Just now, Crunchy Dragon said:

Is it not the standard QWERTY layout?

dont think so since the num keys are right next to the arrow keys, but full fledged keyboard are not like that :I

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1 minute ago, fasauceome said:

Is there not a review video that shows a shot of the keyboard?

If you wanna look at it, heres it is, its a replacement part but the layout is the same.

i-aliexpress-new-original-laptop-keyboard-for-lenovo-y50-y50-70-y50-70as-y50-80-us-layout-keyboard-with-backlit-backlight.jpg

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1 minute ago, YourNewPalAlex said:

dont think so since the num keys are right next to the arrow keys, but full fledged keyboard are not like that :I

That's just a more compact version of a keyboard with a numpad.

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Just now, YourNewPalAlex said:

If you wanna look at it, heres it is, its a replacement part but the layout is the same.

i-aliexpress-new-original-laptop-keyboard-for-lenovo-y50-y50-70-y50-70as-y50-80-us-layout-keyboard-with-backlit-backlight.jpg

Appears to be standard US, with some squooshing made to accommodate a numpad

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Just now, Crunchy Dragon said:

That's just a more compact version of a keyboard with a numpad.

Is there a name for that? Heres the pic of the keyboard

i-aliexpress-new-original-laptop-keyboard-for-lenovo-y50-y50-70-y50-70as-y50-80-us-layout-keyboard-with-backlit-backlight.jpg

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Just now, fasauceome said:

Appears to be standard US, with some squooshing made to accommodate a numpad

Is there a name for this key layout ?

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1 minute ago, YourNewPalAlex said:

Is there a name for this key layout ?

Not really, it's just more compact.

 

The layout itself isn't different from a standard QWERTY, just the numpad placement.

To be a completely different layout, it would have to be like this:

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3 minutes ago, YourNewPalAlex said:

Is there a name for this key layout ?

Its a standard qwerty with a numpad.

Laptop are meant to be compact..on a small laptop you'll often see the numpad are placed onto the keys itself usually the aplhabet keys.. you will see a number on them and to activate that you'll need to press FN/function keys + whichever keys that should activate the feature.

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2 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Not really, it's just more compact.

 

The layout itself isn't different from a standard QWERTY, just the numpad placement.

To be a completely different layout, it would have to be like this:

image.png.1d3e42c3919bb4b3056b823bacaa9323.png

Ah so the layout isnt really the keys mushed together, but more of where tbe keys are placed. Good to know.

 

 

Can you help me find a keyboard that has the layout like the laptop? Dont really know how to search these things :D

 

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1 minute ago, Hiya! said:

Its a standard qwerty with a numpad.

Laptop are meant to be compact..on a small laptop you'll often see the numpad are placed onto the keys itself usually the aplhabet keys.. you will see a number on them and to activate that you'll need to press FN/function keys + whichever keys that should activate the feature.

is it possible to key a keyboard with that qwerty with a mashed numpad? If so can someone help please 

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1 hour ago, geo3 said:

You bro are the real MVP, THANK YOU SO SO SO MUCH :DDDDDDDDDDD 

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4 hours ago, geo3 said:

Caaaan you help me find a 96 key keyboard? since i cant find anything thats mass produced, has mechanical switches and is below 100$, everything is a diy kit which in some cases is 220$. 

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3 minutes ago, YourNewPalAlex said:

Caaaan you help me find a 96 key keyboard? since i cant find anything thats mass produced, has mechanical switches and is below 100$, everything is a diy kit which in some cases is 220$. 

I have never seen any 96 key under $100. The closest non-custom is around $120 USD which is the Leopold FC980M. 

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10 minutes ago, Dissitesuxba11s said:

I have never seen any 96 key under $100. The closest non-custom is around $120 USD which is the Leopold FC980M. 

welp, anything that closely resembles that keyboard layout like the compact, everything is near every key type thats under 100$ and is consumer grade?

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1 hour ago, YourNewPalAlex said:

welp, anything that closely resembles that keyboard layout like the compact, everything is near every key type thats under 100$ and is consumer grade?

Odd ball layouts are never going to be cheep. @Dissitesuxba11s suggestion is probably your best bet.  You could try to find a used one on r/mechmarket.

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