Honeywell VIP 7700

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Honeywell VIP 7700
Honeywell VIP7700.jpg
Manufacturer Honeywell
Model VIP 7700
Lifetime
Introduced October, 1973
Introductory Price $4,860
Communication
Interface RS-232C
Baud Rates 2000 to 4800
Character Modes
Resolutions 80x24, 80x12
Matrix 5x7
Cell 7x9

The Honeywell VIP 7700 terminal was introduced in October, 1973 at a price of $4,680.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]

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References

  1. "Order-Processing System Works for Distributors", Computerworld, July 16, 1975, pg. 11
  2. "Terminal-Based System Checks Supplies, Speeds Orders for Okla. Manufacturer", Computerworld, February 28, 1977, pg. 25
  3. "Thomas Unveils Honeywell Emualtor, I/O Subsystem", Computerworld, May 2, 1977, pg. 44
  4. "CRT Terminals, Not CBs, Mark This Modern Trucker", Computerworld, July 25, 1977, pg. S/30
  5. "System Helping AMC 'Americanize' Engine", Computerworld, August 29, 1977, pg. 8
  6. "Oil Firm Uses CRT Net to Personalize Service", Computerworld, January 16, 1978, pg. 37
  7. "Michigan Testing Social Service Referral Plan", Ann Dooley, Computerworld, November 13, 1978, pg. 17
  8. "Mini Sends Pharmacist Home Without Briefcase", Marguerite Zientara, Computerworld, November 27, 1978, pg. 61
  9. "Singers Harmonize Administrative Tasks", Computerworld, February 12, 1979, pg. 26
  10. Duane E. Sharp (1977). Handbook of Interactive Computer Terminals. p. 141. http://archive.org/details/handbookofintera00duan. 
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