Digital Engineering RG-1000

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Digital Engineering RG-1000
Manufacturer Digital Engineering
Model RG-1000
Lifetime
Introduced June, 1982
Introductory Price $1,095
Graphic Modes
Type Monochrome, GrayScale or StaticColor
Resolution 640x240

The Digital Engineering RG-1000 was introduced in 1982 at a price of $1,095. It is a graphics card add-on that adds Tektronix 4010 and Tektronix 4027 compatible graphics. Monochrome graphics are added for DEC VT100, DEC VT101, DEC VT131, DEC VT132, Lear Siegler ADM-3A, Lear Siegler ADM-5, TeleVideo 910, TeleVideo 912, TeleVideo 920, TeleVideo 925, TeleVideo 950, ADDS Viewpoint and ADDS Viewpoint 3A. Grayscale graphics are added for TI Model 940. Color graphics are added for the Datamedia Colorscan 10, Datamedia Colorscan 30, and Datamedia Colorscan 60.[1][2][3] [4][5][6]

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  1. Digital Engineering advertisement, Computerworld, June 21, 1982, pg. 32
  2. Digital Engineering advertisement, Computerworld, July 19, 1982, pg. 62
  3. New Products, InfoWorld, July 19, 1982, pg. 65
  4. "Adds Users Get GEN.II Upgrade", Computerworld, December 20, 1982, pg. 38
  5. "Digital Engineering", Computerworld, May 9, 1983, pg. 56
  6. Digital Engineering advertisement, Computerworld, June 20, 1983, pg. 25
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