would like to find blue dg et head looking terminal to go with small eclipse
billdegnan at gmail.com
Tue Sep 22 16:58:11 CDT 2015
I have some nice DGterminal brochures, always wanted to see the real thing
On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 2:44 PM, Jay Jaeger <cube1 at charter.net> wrote:
> I have at least one D200 and a couple of 6053 terminals. One of the
> D200 terminals and one of the 6053 terminals (also called a Dasher D2)
> each had one key that did not work last I checked. I would guess that
> they suffer from a kind of "key rot" similar to Sol computers.
> OK. NOW I GET IT. Blue DG "E.T." head looking terminal. Yeah, that
> would probably be a D200.
> On 9/22/2015 11:08 AM, Jay West wrote:
> > Jay Jaeger wrote...
> > ----
> > ??? What do you mean by "blue dg et head looking terminal" ???
> > ----
> > I'd bet that he's referring to the Data General Dasher D200 terminal.
> > I have one:
> > https://www.flickr.com/photos/131070638@N02/21058074082
> > But perhaps a better picture:
> > %20front.jpg
> > The D200 isn't always on ebay, but usually they show up mildly frequently
> > there and seem to go around $200 to $250.
> > There was another common terminal on eclipse systems. I'm not sure if it
> > in the Dasher series, but I believe it was called a "5821". I have one of
> > these as well.
> > http://www.museumwaalsdorp.nl/computer/images/GRP.jpg
> > Lastly, a common combination system console (terminal)/printer that is
> > cool looking was the Dasher TP1 and TP2. Mine is a TP1.
> > http://www.foxdata.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/IMG_0210.jpg
> > J
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