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I've found these keyboards but they all have touch pads and most of them mimic a laptop layout. Anyone know of a keyboard with a "trackpoint", no touch pad and a typical desktop layout (104-key)?

A little more hunting ("google: +104 + trackpoint) found the trackpoint IV but I don't see any indication anyone makes them anymore.

And yet more digging, dug up this Blog... crud.

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Unicomp makes the 'Endura Pro'. At a mere $99 it even includes buckling spring keys.

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Unfortunate, I'm not a fan of buckling springs. :( –  BCS Aug 4 '10 at 0:43
    
Let's see then...They make an integrated trackball with a rubber dome option (pckeyboards.stores.yahoo.net/ontheball.html). It looks like their Mighty Mouse used to have a trackpoint option, but doesn't anymore. You might try giving them a call. –  Michael Kohne Aug 4 '10 at 16:40

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