300 Series Selection:
|Product Number: 98561B|
|Division: Fort Collins Systems|
|Original Price: $8510|
|Catalog Reference: 1986, page 70|
|Donated by: Modbury Hospital, South Australia.|
The model 320 was introduced at the same time as the model 310. It featured a 16.67 MHz 68020 CPU and a 68881 floating point coprocessor. The basic unit came with 1 MB of RAM and built-in HP-IB, RS-232 and HP-HIL interfaces.
9000/320 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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