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The Calcomp IGT-100 (Interactive Graphics Terminal) is a dynamic refresh graphics terminal introduced in September, 1977 at a price of about $14,700.
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The Calcomp IGT-100 (Interactive Graphics Terminal) is a dynamic refresh graphics terminal introduced in September, 1977 at a price of about $14,700.<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=48Eu9qo4WYIC&lpg=PA34&pg=PA34 "Calcomp Interactive Graphics CRT Includes Micro, Display Memory"], Computerworld, May 16, 1977, pg. 34</ref><ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=WK1sumquze4C&lpg=PA30&pg=PA30 Calcomp advertisement], Computerworld, August 22, 1977, pg. 30</ref>
  
 
Features:
 
Features:
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* full ASCII keyboard
 
* full ASCII keyboard
  
== References ==
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{{References}}
 
 
[http://books.google.com/books?id=48Eu9qo4WYIC&lpg=PA34&pg=PA34 "Calcomp Interactive Graphics CRT Includes Micro, Display Memory"], Computerworld, May 16, 1977, pg. 34 <br />
 
[http://books.google.com/books?id=WK1sumquze4C&lpg=PA30&pg=PA30 Calcomp advertisement], Computerworld, August 22, 1977, pg. 30
 
  
 
[[Category:Calcomp|IGT-100]]
 
[[Category:Calcomp|IGT-100]]

Revision as of 02:07, 5 March 2012

The Calcomp IGT-100 (Interactive Graphics Terminal) is a dynamic refresh graphics terminal introduced in September, 1977 at a price of about $14,700.[1][2]

Features:

  • RS-232C interface
  • full ASCII keyboard

References

  1. "Calcomp Interactive Graphics CRT Includes Micro, Display Memory", Computerworld, May 16, 1977, pg. 34
  2. Calcomp advertisement, Computerworld, August 22, 1977, pg. 30