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A keyboard was a device used on early Earth computers that allowed users to enter textual information.

In 2268, Navigator Connors used the keyboard of an Edoan Elisiar to try to communicate through music with a sound entity that visited the USS Enterprise. (TOS audiobook: The Crier in Emptiness)

When his mind was transported from 2270 to 2020 and into Shaun Christopher's body, James T. Kirk used a keyboard on a laptop computer and considered it quaint. (TOS novel: The Rings of Time)


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