C. Itoh CIT-220

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C. Itoh CIT-220
C. Itoh CIT-220 261470332635-8.jpg
Manufacturer C. Itoh
Model CIT-220
Lifetime
Introduced prior to August, 1985
Communication
Interface RS-232C
Display
Size 12-inch
Character Modes
Resolutions 80x24, 132x24
Firmware
Personalities DEC VT52,
DEC VT100,
DEC VT220

The C. Itoh CIT-220 terminal was compatible with the DEC VT220. It was introduced sometime before August, 1985.

The CIT-220+ variant was introduced in August, 1985 at a price of $995. It included an enhanced keyboard compared to the CIT-220.[1]

DEC had alleged patent infringment by C. Itoh on the terminal, but lost a lawsuit in the matter.[2]

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References

  1. Systems & Peripherals, Terminals, Computerworld, August 12, 1985, pg. 83
  2. "DEC loses patent violation suit", Clinton Wilder, Computerworld, October 7, 1985, pg. 7
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