|Product Number: 700/92|
|Division: Roseville Terminals|
|Ad: Click to see, Click to see, Click to see|
|Original Price: $895|
|Catalog Reference: 1988, page 698|
The 700 Series terminals were introduced in 1987 beginning with the 700/92 and 700/94. The 700/92 was 2392A compatible and held eight pages if display memory. It came with a 14-inch screen and could display either 80 or 132 columns of text data. The 700/94 ($1,095) could hold 16 pages of display memory. The 700/71 (IBM 3191 compatible) was priced at $695. The 700/22 (DEC VT220 compatible) was priced at $575. The low-cost 700/41 ASCII terminal was priced at $375.
700/92 emulation software is here.
Click here to view Lee Courtney's video on a 700 Series terminal.
The 700 Series terminals are still fairly "new" and reliable. Of the 15 or so units with which we have had experience (up to 2015), all have worked but one. Sometimes, these terminals will show signs of screen burn.^ TOP
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