Found some stuff at the scrapyard
curiousmarc3 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 17 02:19:47 CDT 2016
You got yourself the first consumer inkjet printer ever, from 1984:
Original "A" version with HP-IB interface, useless for regular PCs of course. Complete with the "SomethingJet" marketing name that has been with us since then. The key innovation of that printer was the disposable cartridge with the micro-machined nozzles, which they had a horrendous time manufacturing at first. And for some incomprehensible reason, you can still order brand new cartridges from... Staples! Just put a new one in and you should be good to go.
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> On Jul 17, 2016, at 12:34 PM, devin davison <lyokoboy0 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Actually found a pretty nice hp machine with a bunch of peripherals.
> Thankfully it came with the keyboard. Also a external hard drive and
> floppy, as well as a tiny printer.
> HP 362 "controller"
> Hp thinkjet 2225A printer
> Hp 9153B - HD and floppy
> Also a IBM wheelwriter 3 with the parallel interface, as well as what im
> assuming is a s100 backplane.
> Pretty interesting. I have a couple of other Hp devices, a logic analizer,
> pattern generator, and volt meter, it will be interesting to see if i can
> get them talking with the computer. Computer works. boots into basic.
> Pretty complete setup for something at the scrapyard.
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