Ann Arbor 206

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Ann Arbor 206
Manufacturer Ann Arbor
Model 206
Lifetime
Introduced June, 1972
Introductory Price $945
Communication
Interfaces RS-232C,
20 mA current loop,
TTL
Baud Rates 1200
Character Modes
Resolution 80x16

The Ann Arbor 206 is a terminal controller introduced in June, 1972 at a price of $945. It can drive multiple displays that can either be TV sets, or standard 525-line monitors.[1]

References

  1. "Controller Features Graphics", Computerworld, June 26, 1972, pg. 72
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