VT100 - FUN
robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com
Tue Nov 10 16:23:07 CST 2015
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> I remember joining DEC in early October 1973. At the time I was working for a
> small local company called Newbury Labs.
> We designed and built what were then called glass teletypes. Twenty four lines
> of eighty characters, upwards scrolling only,shift registers for memory. TTL
> everything else.
When I was at school I seem to recall that the glass teletypes used by my local polytechnic on their DECSYSTEM20 were Newbury Labs. They were a great step up from the Teletype at the time. I didn't see a VT1xx until I got to my M.Sc at Manchester (1984-1985) where I had a VT125 connected to a 780. I have a VT101 and VT102, but would love to get a 125 just for old times sake.
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