Turbo -> wrote on 2020-01-16, 12:26:
Bought this Cherry RS 6000 M keyboard today in second hand shop, along with a few floppys they had. Keyboard doesnt have a cable, but from the looks of it, it seems like new. So i paid 2 EUR. At home I opened her up and saw that the cable is missing indeed.
"RS6000M" isn't the actual name of the keyboard, that's more like G83-6000 or something similar. Given the price it's hardly a bad deal, but I personally wouldn't bother with any kind of cost outlay or effort to fix a totally generic rubber dome keyboard. Now, if it had been a G80-1000, it would have been a different story...
I had one. I accidentally gave it away, donated it to a retro game console/pinball museum who only needed a random DIN/AT keyboard for testing purposes. I thought I was giving them an underwhelming G81-3000, but somehow I picked out the G80-1000 with nice XT/AT switch too. Oh well, their test bench is now glorious and capable of handling pretty much any device they find.