HP 2626A

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HP 2626A
Manufacturer HP
Model 2626A
Lifetime
Introduced prior to May, 1981
Communication
Interface RS-232C
Baud Rates 110, 150, 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600
Display
Size 11-inch
Phosphor white
Refresh Rate 60 Hz
Character Modes
Resolution 80x24
Matrix 7x11
Cell 9x15
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Terminfo Name hp2626

The HP 2626A terminal was introduced sometime before May, 1981.[1][2][3][4][5]

The HP 2626W model supported word processing locally in the terminal.

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References

  1. "Upgrade Added to 'WP/3000'", Computerworld, May 4, 1981, pg. 79
  2. "New Display Station Offers Multiple Screen Windows and Dual Data Communications Ports", Gary C. Staas, HP Journal, 32(3), pg. 3, March, 1981
  3. "Display Station's User Interface Is Designed For Increased Productivity", Gordon C. Graham, HP Journal, 32(3), pg. 8, March, 1981
  4. "Hardware and Firmware Support for Four Virtual Terminals in One Display Station", Srinivas Sukumar and John D. Wiese, HP Journal, 32(3), pg. 13, March, 1981
  5. "A Silicon-on-Sapphire Integrated Video Controller", Jean-Claude Roy, HP Journal, 32(3), pg. 16, March, 1981
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