Intecolor 8901

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Intecolor 8901
Manufacturer Intecolor
Model 8901
Lifetime
Introduced prior to October, 1979
Communication
Interfaces RS-232C,
20 mA current loop,
60 mA current loop,
24-bit parallel
Baud Rates 110 to 9600
Display
Size 19-inch
Refresh Rate 60 Hz
Character Modes
Resolution 80x48
Matrix 5x7
Cell 6x8
Firmware
CPU Intel 8080A
ROM 5 KB, 27 KB user EPROM
RAM 8 KB

The Intecolor 8901 terminal was introduced sometime before October, 1979.[1] The 8001G variant provided low resolution graphics and the 8001H variant provided high resolution graphics.

Manx

References

  1. "Terminal With Color Graphics Capability Is More Than Just a Pretty Picture", Brad Schultz, Computerworld, October 29, 1979, pg. 40
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