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Nintendo's Family BASIC Keyboard?

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Hi, I just got my first personal Drop keyboard a week ago (High-Profile ALT) and I'm loving it so far. Tried a few different keycaps and decided to my shock that I don't actually like how MT3 feels and went back to OEM profile. Anyway, I've been looking at the keycaps that are available and while many look cool, none of them really speak to me. Then I realized what would:
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Keycaps styled after the Nintendo Family BASIC Keyboard, used with the Famicom (NES in the U.S.) Disk System to teach programming. It's kind of generic, but the Japanese and gray-and-red color scheme would be perfect. The arrow and function keys would have to be shrunk to standard size, but I think it would really look good, especially if Drop released beige casings to go with it. Would this be of any interest to anyone else? Or have I completely missed a keycap set that would hit this mark?
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That looks amazing but with Nintendo's propensity to sue anything that moves, probably can't happen through Drop.
Those could work. There was a similar colorway, Otaku (https://drop.com/buy/otaku-kiibodo-pbt-dsa-keycap-set), way back when.
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Dec 3, 2022
kbdobsessedThis is EXACTLY what I'm looking for! Well, almost. I'd like an English legend on the keys, too (which were on the Family BASIC Keyboard as well, not just katakana). I'm really curious about the Famicom keyboard and its different Katakana layout, though. Why is it different?
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