|Product Number: 2382A|
|Division: Data Terminals|
|Original Price: $1700|
|Catalog Reference: 1982, page 668|
|Donated by: Australian Computer Museum Society|
The 2382A was the smallest business terminal HP had produced to date. It shared the same small form factor as the 120, 9816 and later the 150. The 2382A was a text-only terminal with a display field of 80 columns by 24 lines.
The version of the 2382A that HP sold to OEMs had part number 2389B.
The 2382 was obsoleted in January of 1985.
2382A terminals are relatively uncommon. We have two units in our collection. Both have good power supplies. One of the units has a defective motherboard, which prevents it from listeming properly on the input port.^ TOP
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