Keyboard may refer to:

  • Typewriter keyboard, used to enter text onto paper
  • Computer keyboard, a set of keys used to input information to a computer
    • IBM PC keyboard
    • Apple Keyboard
    • Chorded keyboard, on which several keys are pressed together to enter a letter or command

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