TI Silent 700 Model 733

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}}  It was available in keyboard send/receive (KSR) and automatic send/receive (ASR) models.  The ASR model used dual cassette tapes for data storage.  The ASR model could transmit at 1200 bps from the cassette storage, but the print mechanism could operate at a maximum of 30 cps (300 baud).
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}}  It was available in keyboard send/receive (KSR) and automatic send/receive (ASR) models.  The ASR model used dual cassette tapes for data storage.  The ASR model could transmit at 1200 bps from the cassette storage, but the print mechanism could operate at a maximum of 30 cps (300 baud).  The model 733 is a variant of the [[TI Silent 700 Model 732|model 732]] that uses US ASCII character codes.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:44, 12 January 2013

TI Silent 700 Model 733
Manufacturer TI
Model Silent 700 Model 733
Lifetime
Introduced July, 1973
Introductory Price $1,500 (KSR), $2,750 (KSR)
Communication
Interface RS-232C
Baud Rates 110, 150, 300, 1200

The TI Silent 700 Model 733 was introduced in July, 1973.[1][2] It was available in keyboard send/receive (KSR) and automatic send/receive (ASR) models. The ASR model used dual cassette tapes for data storage. The ASR model could transmit at 1200 bps from the cassette storage, but the print mechanism could operate at a maximum of 30 cps (300 baud). The model 733 is a variant of the model 732 that uses US ASCII character codes.

Manx

References

  1. "Bulletin 323H Silent 700 Electronic Data Terminals Price List". December, 1973. http://manx.classiccmp.org/details.php/2,18414. Retrieved January 11, 2013. 
  2. Texas Instruments advertisement, Computerworld, May 14, 1975, pg. 6
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