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Fri Dec 1 12:34:11 CST 2006
In article <457073ED.8000507 at msm.umr.edu>,
jim stephens <jwstephens at msm.umr.edu> writes:
> Richard wrote:
> >The item is #300053801044 and has a detail photo of the model plate
> >where it says model 1DTD155463. On the lower left rear is what looks
> >suspiciously like two DB-25 style connectors, presumably one for the
> >host and one for a printer.
> the Hazeltine 2000 terminal [...]
Yes, but this is not a Hazeltine 2000. Its too modern for that. Plus
the Hazeltine 2000 has a different enclosure and says in huge letters
"Hazeltine 2000" on the front. So this is something different. I
asked him to post a detail photo fo the connectors on the bottom left.
Its always possible that Hazeltine did make some sort of weird
computer. I just never heard of one and searching all the usual
suspects (1000bit.net, old-computers.com, etc.) didn't turn up any
computers under the Hazeltine brand.
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