|Product Number: 2600A|
|Division: Data Systems|
|Original Price: $4250|
|Catalog Reference: Does not appear|
The 2600A was HP's first CRT terminal, followed in the same year by the 2615A. It was introduced for use with the HP 3000. These terminals had 12-inch displays that showed 25 lines of text (80 columns). The resolution of the character cell was 5 x 7 dots. The 2615A had a detachable keyboard; the 2600A had a fixed keyboard. The museum does not have a sample of either terminal and is very keen to acquire one. Please contact us if you can assist.
The 2600A was a Datapoint 3300 made by the Computer Terminal Corporation of San Antonio, Texas. Click here for more information on Datapoint terminals.
The 2615A was a MiniBee terminal made by the Beehive Medical Electronics Company of Salt Lake City, Utah. The bundled part number for use with 3000 computer systems was 30122A. The 2615A was obsoleted in May of 1975.
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