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Saturday 4th August 2018

I believe the TeleVideo TS-806/TS-816 actually used RS-422 interfaces to the terminals (~2Mbps). These were sweet machines so long as a rogue client didn''t lock the network... and the ''server'' had a very high parts count and it was ALL critical for proper operation.

Saturday 25th April 2015
Jacob Mitchell (USA )

I just found one of these all software in the original box and styrofoam and in VERY good condition with the original dox matrix printer all manuals and alot of floppys....

Monday 18th November 2013

I own one of these computers. I am looking for software to make it work ! Please contact me if you have any. Thank you very much.

Tuesday 4th December 2012
Mart (United Kingdom)

Dumb terminals retrofitted with on-board connectionless functionality… Isn’t this sort of what’s happening to Google Chrome OS now?

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