Facit 4440

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The {{PAGENAME}} terminal was also known by the name Twist, because the screen could be rotated 90 degrees to portrait orientation, allowing 72 lines at 80 columns<ref>[http://oldcomputer.info/terminal/fac4440/index.htm MCbx Old Computer Collection - Facit Terminal 4440 30M-F1]</ref>. vt-100 compatible. Some pictures, ROMS dumps etc, [http://archive.sundby.com/mirror/oldcomputer.info/terminal/fac4440/ here].
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The {{PAGENAME}} terminal was also known by the name Twist, because the screen could be rotated 90 degrees to portrait orientation, allowing 72 lines at 80 columns<ref>[http://oldcomputer.info/terminal/fac4440/index.htm MCbx Old Computer Collection - Facit Terminal 4440 30M-F1]</ref>. vt-100 compatible. Some pictures, ROMS dumps etc, [http://archive.sundby.com/mirror/oldcomputer.info/terminal/fac4440/ here].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:22, 25 October 2019

Facit 4440
Manufacturer Facit
Model 4440
Lifetime
Introduced 1986
Communication
Interface RS-232
Baud Rates 2400
Display
Size 15-inch
Phosphor white
Character Modes
Resolutions 80x24, 80x72
Firmware
CPU Z80

The Facit 4440 terminal was introduced in July, 1984 at a price of $1,595.[1]

The Facit 4440 terminal was also known by the name Twist, because the screen could be rotated 90 degrees to portrait orientation, allowing 72 lines at 80 columns[2]. vt-100 compatible. Some pictures, ROMS dumps etc, here.

References

  1. "Systems and Peripherals at NCC", Computerworld, July 2, 1984, pg. 33
  2. MCbx Old Computer Collection - Facit Terminal 4440 30M-F1
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