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Music, hello and welcome to this review of my Leading Edge 88-15K. I've been looking forward to showing you one of these for a long time as it uses a top-of-the-line switch that's extremely rare and unusual. The only other example I know of is an NCR keyboard that Ex Mitt restored a long time ago. But then this Leading Edge model showed up on Desk Authority, new old stock even, and I offered to buy it. That said, after a lot of digging, this board turned out to have a ton of history behind it. Leading Edge Hardware Products were an American company, most well-known in the community for the DC 2014 keyboard, which is a common target for Blue Alps harvesting. Hopefully, I'll get one of those someday to review as well, as it's also a pretty interesting keyboard. The 88-15K appears to be the keyboard that came with the very first computer Leading Edge ever made, the ironically named Mobile EM, after Mitsubishi who supplied their parts. This computer was released in late 1982 for $2,000 originally, but it wasn't a huge success. What few pictures I could find of it, which are on service manuals, actually show it with the keyboard of its later brother, the 1985 Model D computer, named after Daewoo who supplied their parts at that time and who contracted Alps to make the now well-known DC 2014 keyboard for it. That said, when Leading Edge couldn't supply the Mitsubishi dealers with their hardware, they sued and Leading Edge went bankrupt. It was subsequently acquired by Daewoo as early as 1989, despite the huge success of the Model D computer. That said, the 88-15K itself, or actually the Model M keyboard as it should be known, is much more of an enigma. I can't...