Chr$ wrote:thomasraden wrote:Swedish keyboard with self adhesive stickers (!) on the swedish ÅÄÖ key positions but with an english manual...
I know there was a german QL version, you change the Z key position with another key.
Stickers, I see! Yes, but those aren't the only keyboard German differences (the umlaut letters are there and e.g. also the Enter and Shift keys are different). "We" also got better CTL/SER ports. I assume the Swedish one has the BT type? Are the ROM chips official looking? If the k/b has stickers and it has an English manual I wonder if the Swedish version was non-official or some kind of grey import. Did you buy it new? Very interesting though and well done for wanting to save the ROM data for posterity.
My swedish QL has normal serial port. I dont honesty know what issue model it is. I attach a picture of the ROM. The top sandwich board EPROM is a copy I made years ago from the original non EPROM chip as an experiment to see if it was possible to copy it/save the image file. Its the 27128 (16k) extension/custom/localise ROM chip from what I understand. The chip under it is the 27256 original base ROM. The actual QL was bought from an official dealer in Sweden, but it could have been customized by the dealer locally, I dont have any information about this. From what I understand it would also be possible to replace both EPROMS with just one 27512 chip that contains both the 16k ROM and the 32k ROM on it?