MARCH now has a Bendix G-15, branded as a Control Data system (they
bought Bendix toward the end of the G-15's production run in the early
1960s, although as I understand it the computer was essentially
unchanged since its 1956 debut).
We began setting up an exhibit in our museum last night. It includes the
computer itself, tape drive, IBM teletypewriter, desk of the same period
and style as the Bendix original, and (not yet on display) a matching
Bendix desktop plotter.
Get some tissues ready so you don't drool on your screens. :)
Come see it at VCF East!