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1<?php
2        $seiten_id = 'details2';
3        $version = '$Id: details2.php 347 2013-03-06 02:58:15Z sven $';
4        $titel = 'Mid range data processing equipment and proffessional early computers';
5       
6        require "../lib/technikum29.php";
7?>
8<h2><?php print $titel; ?></h2>
9
10<table width="100%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="1" class="t29-details">
11  <colgroup>
12    <col class="middle">
13    <col class="middle">
14    <col class="middle">
15    <col class="bemerkungen">
16  </colgroup>
17  <tr>
18    <th width="20%">type or manufacturer</th>
19    <th width="5%">year of construction</th>
20    <th width="25%">attached periphery</th>
21    <th width="50%">annotations</th>
22  </tr>
23  <tr>
24    <td class="b"><a href="/en/computer/early-computers.php#Classic_PDP-8">DEC Classic 8</a></td>
25    <td>1965</td>
26    <td>Big tape deck "580"(**), hard disc DF 32**, 12 KB additional
27        memory**, teletype</td>
28    <td>The world's first mass-produced "mini"computer with very low
29        serial number. The classic 8 and the peripheral devices do
30        not contain ICs. It is a seccond-generation computer.</td>
31  </tr>
32  <tr>
33    <td class="b"><a href="/en/computer/early-computers.php#PDP-8I">DEC PDP 8 I</a></td>
34    <td>1967-69</td>
35    <td>Teletype</td>
36    <td>The 8I is DEC's first calculator with integrated circuits
37        after the "Classic-8". 8 KB core memory.</td>
38  </tr>
39  <tr>
40    <td class="b"><a href="/en/computer/early-computers.php#pdp8L">DEC PDP 8L</a></td>
41    <td>1968-70</td>
42    <td>teletype-printer, two additionall memories (now 12K), two DECTAPEs
43        incl. controller (transistor technology), punchcard reader,
44        analog-digital-transducer and many more</td>
45    <td>Early "Mini"-Computer with the size of a small cupboard
46        (approx. 300kg). Typical old versatile industrial computer.
47        Core memory.<br />The complete system is functionally attached.</td>
48  </tr>
49  <tr>
50        <td class="b"><a href="/en/computer/early-computers.php#pdp12">DEC PDP 12</a></td>
51        <td>1969-73</td>
52        <td>Teletype, etc.</td>
53        <td>Scientific laboratory computer with LINK-8 and PDP-8 mode.<br/>Fully equipped
54            computer with more than 450 modules.
55  <tr>
56    <td class="b"><a href="/en/computer/early-computers.php#8e">DEC LAB 8e</a></td>
57    <td>1971/72</td>
58    <td>2 tape desks TU56, highspeed-punchcard reader and puncher,
59        removable disk drive RK05, 8 inch floppy RX01, monitor VR12,
60                AD-DA-converter, teletype</td>
61    <td>Laboratory Computer that weights half a ton</td>
62  </tr>
63  <tr>
64    <td class="b">DEC PDP 11/20</td>
65    <td>1970</td>
66    <td>highspeed-punchcard reader and puncher, teletype</td>
67    <td>card M 729 is missing. First computer in DEC's PDP 11
68        production run with core memory technology</td>
69  </tr>
70  <tr>
71    <td class="b">WANG 2200 A/B</td>
72    <td>1973</td>
73    <td>8-inch triple floppy disk rive, 36-cm removable hard-disc, punch
74        card reader, reader for stacked cards, special BASIC-keyboard,
75        multiple printers, teletype</td>
76    <td>Perhaps the first device that looks a bit like today's computers.
77        Pure BASIC-computer, CPU without microprocessor. CPU, power supply,
78        keyboard and monitor are seperated. Built in tape drive: 1,7KB per
79        meter. RAM: 8KB. disk drive: 5MB.<br />This very early computer is
80        probably the only one in germany (in it's stage of expansion).
81        Total value at that time: More than 100.000,- DM</td>
82  </tr>
83  <tr>
84    <td class="b">WANG PCS II</td>
85    <td>1976</td>
86    <td>Integrated, attached doublefloppy (5 &frac14;-inch)</td>
87    <td>The world's first <i>personal</i>computer (PC).</td>
88  </tr>
89  <tr>
90    <td class="b">WANG 2200 VP**</td>
91    <td>1977</td>
92    <td>Peripheral compatible to 2200 A/B</td>
93    <td>VP: <i>Very Powerful</i> device with advanced Basic-2 by Wang</td>
94  </tr>
95  <tr>
96    <td class="b">WANG 2200 MVP**</td>
97    <td>1979</td>
98    <td>type-wheel printer, additional periphery is compatible to the
99        2200 A/B</td>
100    <td>Computer for up to 4 work stations. 32K (64K) RAM. 80 MB hard disk
101        system costed 80.000,- DM (that means 1000,-DM per MB) on its own
102        and has to run in a climatized room.</td>
103  </tr>
104  <tr>
105    <td colspan="4"><i>**) For lack of space, these devices are stored in the archive</i></td>
106  </tr>
107</table>
108
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