DEC VT100 computer terminal (1978) which featured the luxurious choice of an 80 or 132 column display.

DEC VT100 computer terminal (1978) which featured the luxurious choice of an 80 or 132 column display.

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Command Line Cheat Sheet for Mac and Linux. I know these, but always good to have on hand!

Command Line Cheat Sheet for Mac and Linux. I know these, but always good to have on hand!

RARE Vintage 1974 Computer Terminal Hazeltine 1000

RARE Vintage 1974 Computer Terminal Hazeltine 1000

The Televideo Portable Terminal: Is this the TRUE first portable computer (terminal)?? Very compact and lightweight, you could carry this TERMINAL anywhere you could find a mainframe! Of course it sported an RS232 port for hooking up direct to your mainframe or you could dial by modem to access your office mainframe or BBS.  But no storage on this unit! This was still way before Dos, etc. and storage devices. Actually this was like cloud computing that is so cool now but we had it back then!

The Televideo Portable Terminal: Is this the TRUE first portable computer (terminal)?? Very compact and lightweight, you could carry this TERMINAL anywhere you could find a mainframe! Of course it sported an RS232 port for hooking up direct to your mainframe or you could dial by modem to access your office mainframe or BBS. But no storage on this unit! This was still way before Dos, etc. and storage devices. Actually this was like cloud computing that is so cool now but we had it back then!

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