Anderson Jacobson AJ 841

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Anderson Jacobson AJ 841
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Manufacturer Anderson Jacobson
Model AJ 841
Lifetime
Introduced prior to February, 1973

The Anderson Jacobson AJ 841 terminal was introduced sometime before February, 1973. In May, 1976 it sold for a price of $2,995.[1] It's printing mechanism is based on a proprietary design that utilizes the heavy duty IBM Selectric electric typewriter mechanism as the printer.[2]

An RS-232C interface option was introduced in August, 1978 at a price of $995. A parallel interface option was available linking the AJ 841 with any S-100 bus microcomputer.[3]

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  1. "AJ Display Varied", Computerworld, May 31, 1976, pg. 53
  2. "Exhibitor Listings", Computerworld, February 7, 1973, pg. Supplement/6
  3. "AJ 841 Gets RS-232 Link", Computerworld, August 14, 1978, pg. 76
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