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Thu Feb 18 04:21:39 CST 2010
On Wed, 17 Feb 2010, Tony Duell wrote:
>> That was called, I think, a "VT640" or something similar. It
>> wasn't a DEC product. I had one a very long time ago (late 1980s I
>> think) and it was dead. I don't know where it ended up.
> It was partly a DEC product :-). The chassis,case, keyboard PSU, bideo
> board and logic board were all stock DEC parts. There was a paddleboard
> (non-DEC) in that bridging edge connector that intercepts the lines to
> the RS232 conenctor. And another board full of chips (including IIRC a
> Z80) to do the graphics.
> I assumed from the name that this board could be retro-fitted into a
> stock VT100.
I have a VT100 with a Selenar Graphics 100 board, but I'm still lacking a
manual (especially a serivce manual).
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