Looking for Hazeltine 2000 keyboard

jim stephens jwsmail at jwsss.com
Sat Dec 5 01:12:20 CST 2020

There was a Hazeltine 2000 which had been in use at Microdata which I 
discovered in a storage room in the late 70s.  When I turned it on, it 
had a logoff from 1971 on the screen from a very early version of 
Reality, the DBMS system they were selling.  I found and turned it back 
on and used it for a while in 1978.

would be interesting if yours has the same sort of clue.


On 12/4/2020 12:49 PM, Dave via cctalk wrote:
> Hello,
> I just picked up a Hazeltine 2000c  terminal without the keyboard.  If anybody might happen to have (or know of) a spare Hazeltine 2000 keyboard, I would be very interested.  I realize it's a long shot.
> The keyboard is a standard ASCII keyboard, with several extra function keys and lights, so I'm pretty sure I can whip up a replacement, but the whole point is to recapture the original look and feel.  Back in the '70s, Memphis State (Now U of M) had a few of these terminals, and a great many Hazeltine 1500 terminals.  I've been hunting for a Hazeltine 2000 for ages.  It would be awesome to have one up and running.
> Dave

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