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The Evans & Sutherland PS 390 terminal is a color graphics terminal introduced in March, 1987 at a price of $43,200.<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=jDYGHejAySsC&lpg=PA71&pg=PA71 New Products: Terminals], Computerworld, March 23, 1987, pg. 71</ref>  It allows calligraphic-quality lines and solid-shaded images on a single raster display.
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The {{PAGENAME}} terminal is a color graphics terminal introduced in March, 1987 at a price of $43,200.<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=jDYGHejAySsC&lpg=PA71&pg=PA71 New Products: Terminals], Computerworld, March 23, 1987, pg. 71</ref>  It allows calligraphic-quality lines and solid-shaded images on a single raster display.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:37, 2 April 2012

Evans & Sutherland PS 390
Manufacturer Evans & Sutherland
Model PS 390
Lifetime
Introduced March, 1987
Introductory Price $43,200

The Evans & Sutherland PS 390 terminal is a color graphics terminal introduced in March, 1987 at a price of $43,200.[1] It allows calligraphic-quality lines and solid-shaded images on a single raster display.

Features:

  • depth cueing
  • perspective
  • six-plane clipping
  • 16.7 million color palette

References

  1. New Products: Terminals, Computerworld, March 23, 1987, pg. 71