HP 2648A

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HP 2648A
Manufacturer HP
Model 2648A
Lifetime
Introduced July, 1977
Introductory Price $5,500
Communication
Interface RS-232C
Display
Size 5x10-inch
Phosphor P4 white
Refresh Rates 60 Hz, 50 Hz
Character Modes
Resolution 80x24
Matrix 7x9
Firmware
RAM 8 K to 12 K
Code Chart HP 2648A

The HP 2648A is a monochrome graphics terminal introduced in July, 1977 at a price of $5,500, or $7,100 with optional cartridge tape drives.[1][2][3][4]

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References

  1. "Raster Scan CRT Designed for Novices", Computerworld, July 11, 1977, pg. 40
  2. "Versatile Low-Cost Graphics Terminal Is Designed for Ease of Use", Peter D. Dickinson, HP Journal, 29(5), pg. 2, January, 1978
  3. "Raster Scan Graphics with Zoom and Pan", Otakar Blazek and Michael B. Raynham, HP Journal, 29(5), pg. 6, January, 1978
  4. "Firmware Control of a Microprocessor-Based Graphics Terminal", John J. Moyer, HP Journal, 29(5), pg. 12, January, 1978
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