Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at blazenet.net
Tue Mar 21 17:59:39 CST 2006
Is there any interest in old literature? I went into a file cabinet last
night looking for something else and ran across a bit. If it is of interest,
I'll do some digging and see what all else I have that may be of interest,
but here's one example:
In a folder labeled "Digital Equipment Corporation" :-)
A brochure labeled "PDP-11 Microcomputer Members of the PDP-11 Family"
A smallish brochure "Introducing Fierce Competition for 8-Bit SBC's" with the
inside saying"Digital's new 16-bit FALCON" and an actual-size picture of the
A spec sheet "Falcon SBC=11/21 Single Board Computer"
MRV11 Option Bulletin: "EPROM/PROM/ROM Module"
PB11 Option Bulletin: "Universal PROM Programmer"
Brochure: "Microcomputer Products Selection Guide" including a very nice table
Brochure: "Announcing a new dimension in microcomputers: LSI-11/2"
Anybody want this stuff? Shall I keep digging?
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