Haletine 2000 ? was Re: Hazeltine 1200
chris at mainecoon.com
Sun Dec 9 13:11:51 CST 2007
Peter C. Wallace wrote:
> I remember using Hazeltine 2000s with a HP TSB system in the early 70's.
> They were funny because they had (I think) core memory, so some of what
> was on the screen when they were powered down showed up when powered up
They did indeed. In an era of model 33s the boxy 2000 with the equally
boxy detached keyboard was Really Very Cool. I seem to recall that one
had to be careful about power cycling them too quickly as they'd eat
HOTs if you did.
I remember the Ann Arbor Ambassador as well. The novelty of lower case
characters (with descenders, as I recall) in a case that made the adm 3a
look like the pig that it was.
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