Jupiter 7

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Jupiter 7
Jupiter 7 Brochure.jpg
Manufacturer Jupiter
Model 7
Lifetime
Introduced May, 1982
Communication
Interfaces RS-232C,
host DMA
Display
Size 14-inch or 19-inch
Graphic Modes
Type PseudoColor
Resolution 768x575
Firmware
Personalities Tektronix 4014

The Jupiter 7 is a color graphics terminal introduced in May, 1982.[1][2]

Features:

  • 768x575 pixel resolution
  • 256 displayable colors
  • detached keyboard
  • 30 user-definable keys
  • hexadecimal keypad
  • twin joysticks for independent pan, scroll and zoom
  • anti-aliased vectors
  • PLOT 10
  • supported I/O devices:
    • graphics tablets
    • foot pedal
    • track ball

Manx

Images

References

  1. "Color Terminal Fits AED 512", Computerworld, May 10, 1982, pg. 85
  2. Hardware News, New peripherals, InfoWorld, July 5, 1982, pg. 87