jwstephens at msm.umr.edu
Fri Dec 1 12:26:53 CST 2006
>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 had a huge keyboard, with a couple of neon
indicators on it, and
you could kill someone with the keyboard box.
The keyboard attached to the read with a db-25, so this box may have one
connector for that.
The other thing about this vintage of Hazeltine is that they used core
memory for the display
memory, so there is a hidden treasure here.
Also, one can see what is on the screen from the last use until you
clear the screen after
powering it on, so if he has not done that, you will have an interesting
thing to get from
I wonder where a mouse and 5 1/4 drive attached to this as he says?
way later than Hazeltine survived by my memory to be correct. At least
think even the Alto's were out before Hazeltine had ceased to make this
BTW the Hazeltine I recall with core dated from probably 68 or 69, if
later it may have some other display memory.
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