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Is there a list of HP codes for the different international keyboards? In selecting the model I want I come across different indications such as #ABA, #UUG, #ABH; where can I get an overview of what these codes mean? Thank you in advance.

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You can use the table below to identify the 3 digit code on the base plate with it's language. Please note that this is a comprehensive list of the Hewlett Packard codes, version of mobile devices may not be available in every listed form.
hp Internal Regional Codes #AB0 Taiwan #AB1 Korea #AB2 China #AB4 Singapore Malaysia #AB5 Hong Kong #AB6 Arabia (French) #AB7 Greece #AB8 Turkey #AB9 Portugal #ABA US (English) #ABB Europe (English) #ABC Canada (French) #ABD Germany #ABE Spain #ABF France #ABG Australia #ABH Netherlands #ABJ Japan #ABM Latin America (Spanish) #ABN Norway #ABP Swiss (German) #ABQ Swiss (French) #ABS Sweden #ABT Hebrew #ABU UK (English) #ABV Arabia (English) #ABW Belgium (Flemish) #ABX Finland #ABY Denmark #ABZ Italy #AC4 Brazil #AC8 Argentina (Spanish) #ACB Russia #ACQ South Africa #ACY Sweden (English) #AKB Czech #AKC Hungary #AKD Poland #AKG Eastern Europe #AKJ Hebrew Enabled (English) #AKL Thailand #AKN Slovenia #AKR Slovakia #AKV South America (Spanish) #ARL Baltic

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