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The HP 3071A terminal was introduced in October, 1976 at a price of $1,285.<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=XK4v1gh0JroC&lpg=PA29&pg=PA29 "HP Introduces the First in a Series Of Small Numeric Data Entry Terminals"], Computerworld, October 25, 1976, pg. 29.</ref> The 3071A is a small numeric data entry terminal with a 16 digit LED display for prompting the user.
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Latest revision as of 17:09, 7 June 2019

HP 3071A
Manufacturer HP
Model 3071A
Lifetime
Introduced October, 1976
Introductory Price $1,285
Communication
Interface RS-232C
Baud Rates 300

The HP 3071A terminal was introduced in October, 1976 at a price of $1,285.[1] The 3071A is a small numeric data entry terminal with a 16 digit LED display for prompting the user.

References

  1. "HP Introduces the First in a Series Of Small Numeric Data Entry Terminals", Computerworld, October 25, 1976, pg. 29
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