From: William Donzelli
Sent: Saturday, October 26, 2019 6:45 PM
> PICTURES! PICTURES! PICTURES!
>> I have been unable to find anything about the 4505 display station. Does
>> anyone know any details about this item? It resembles an IBM 2260, but the
>> keyboard is not built-in, as in the 2260.
> I think it may be for an IBM 1500, the educational system based on an 1130.
The 1500 I worked with at the University of Texas School of Education was based
on an 1800 (which is of course the same architecture as the 1130, but in highboy
industrial cabinetry rather than a desk. Coursewriter II and APL\1500 for the
educational software, FORTRAN II and assembler for background tasks.
Hello again everyone!
This is my regular visit to CCTECH trying to find an example (or two) of
this weird and wonderful piece of IBM mass storage for my ancient computer
For a description, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_2321_Data_Cell .
Hope springs eternal, thank you for your patience,
Back in the 70's and 80's Philips had a quite popular series of mini
computers called P800, which also branched out to the PTS series and
Could I be lucky to find other list members interested in these
products? I know of a few, but there surely must be others. I'm trying
to collect what is left of the documentation.
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many many treasures? including ingots, slabs, slices and? steps? of? item manufacture?Any one interested in these to accompany your commuter collection????
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I'm still looking for a Silent 700 printhead with all the pixels working.
And three keyswitches (or a complete keyboard, doesn't have to be all there
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