Beehive Topper (was: laptops and 5.25 inch floppy drives?)

Richard legalize at xmission.com
Thu Jan 11 19:56:27 CST 2007


In article <1e1fc3e90701111750i2d95f8c1p667a7539044a2cbc at mail.gmail.com>,
    "Glen Slick" <glen.slick at gmail.com>  writes:

> How common is that in vintage terminals?  I know some of the HP 264x
> series terminals have an escape sequence that allows code to be
> downloaded and executed in the terminal.   Somewhere on the net I
> believe there is a version of Pong for the HP 2644A.  I don't have any
> 8008 CPU HP 264x terminals such as the 2644A, only 8085 CPU ones.

Wow, that's even more interesting since I have two 2648A's!

A few google searches didn't turn up anything obvious; if you can dig
up a URL that would be great!
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