300 Series Selection:
|Product Number: 98561A|
|Division: Fort Collins Systems|
|Original Price: $5055|
|Catalog Reference: 1986, page 70|
|Donated by: Leon Martin, Victoria.|
The model 310 was the first of the 300 Series computers. It featured a 10MHz 68010 CPU. The basic unit came with 1 MB of RAM and built-in HP-IB, RS-232, monochrome video and HP-HIL interfaces. Bundled versions of the Model 310 included Model 310C (98581A) and Model 310M (98580A).
By the time the 310 was discontinued in early 1991, over 65,000 units had been sold.
9000/310 computers are very reliable. With no built-in mass storage or display monitor, there isn't much to go wrong. The only problem we have seen with these machines is sticking on/off buttons. Very rarely, we will also see a unit with a bad power supply.^ TOP
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