General Instrument keyboards
In later years, the General Instrument name was used directly on keyboards, rather than that of Clare-Pendar or C. P. Clare. This included keyboards made for the Texas Instruments TI-99/4A (alongside keyboards from other manufacturers). Their TI-99/4A switches used General Instrument-branded Series S950 switches (also sold under the Clare-Pendar name) based on Alps KCC.
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- Low profile keyboards advertisement, Computer Design, October 1983, page 81