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The [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tektronix Tektronix] XP17 terminal was introduced between 1990 and 1993.
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| manufacturer = Tektronix
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| model = XP17
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| image = Tektronix XP17.jpg
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| intro_year = 1991
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| intro_price = $2,895
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| display_size = 14-inch
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| refresh_rate = 70
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| interface = ethernet
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| cpu = 20 MHz MIPS R3000
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| ram = 5 MB to 42 MB
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| gpu = 40 MHz TI TMS34020
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| graphic_type = pseudocolor
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| graphic_resolution = 1024x768
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The {{PAGENAME}} terminal is a color graphics terminal for the X Window System introduced in in September, 1991 at a price of $2,895.{{InfoWorld
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| page=24
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| title="Tektronix unveils low-cost X terminals"
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| author=Tom Quinlan
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| date=September 2, 1991
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| year=1993
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| accessdate=April 20, 2012
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Latest revision as of 04:02, 24 July 2018

Tektronix XP17
Tektronix XP17.jpg
Manufacturer Tektronix
Model XP17
Lifetime
Introduced 1991
Introductory Price $2,895
Communication
Interface ethernet
Display
Size 14-inch
Refresh Rate 70 Hz
Graphic Modes
Type PseudoColor
Resolution 1024x768
Firmware
CPU 20 MHz MIPS R3000
RAM 5 MB to 42 MB

The Tektronix XP17 terminal is a color graphics terminal for the X Window System introduced in in September, 1991 at a price of $2,895.[1][2]

References

  1. "Tektronix unveils low-cost X terminals", Tom Quinlan, InfoWorld, September 2, 1991, pg. 24
  2. "Tektronix Catalog". Tektronix. 1993. http://manx-docs.org/collections/legalize/tektronix/catalog/Tektronix_Catalog_1993.pdf. Retrieved April 20, 2012.