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Olivetti
ETS 1010

This Word Processor was originally produced by Syntrex Inc. Eatontown, New Jersey and sold under the brand of Olivetti. This was in 1980 (Version 1 of Syntrex Operating System was not sold); in 1981 the completely redesigned Version was sold with the system worldwide.

The picture shows the base unit of the ETS 1010 (Electronic Typing System) It came with a display unit and one could attach an electronic typewriter (usually an ET121 or ET221) or a keyboard.

The cabinet socket plugged into a central storage device which could support 8 or 16 ETS units at a time plus 2 printers. There was a 10 MB hard drive option (later 20 MB Winchester HDD) which was the size of a chest freezer.

A variety of daisy wheel printers could be used with the system: PR430 / DY310 / DY450 / ET121 / ET221

There also existed an ETS2010 which was an updated version. It used an 80186 CPU, had more memory and was compabitable with all data on ETS1010.

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Contributor: Robert Scrivener, Dr. Joachim Mueller, Charles Moss

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Hello, I would like to ask about on the type designation of the keyboard to the computer Olivetti ETS 2010 (http://www.storiaolivetti.it/upload/ets2010_a.jpg). I have this computer and monitor, but I do not have a keyboard, and here in the Czech Republic can not get and therefore need to look around Europe and farther into the world. Thank you for your help. Sincerely Lubos Janku of the Czech Republic.

          
Wednesday 26th October 2016
LubikCZ (Liberec / Czech republic)

I worked at Syntrex 1985-86 on the production floor and in customer service. Most of the units we built had zodiac names. The terminals were called Aquarius and I think the hard drive cabinets were Geminis. The hard drives were huge, like a suit case, and about 150 meg each. The smaller ones were just coming out in 1986 and were about the same physical size of the ones made now at 10-30 meg.

          
Sunday 2nd December 2012
James Dye (New Jersey, USA)

I actually worked for the company that made these for Olivetti. They were made in Eatintown nJ by Syntrex Inc. The os was a proprietory one called SOS and was somewhat like a unix system. The features were ahead if the times.

          
Monday 16th January 2012
Davo

 

NAME  ETS 1010
MANUFACTURER  Olivetti
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  Italy
YEAR  ??? Unknow
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Unknow
KEYBOARD  Unknow
CPU  Intel 8088
SPEED  Unknow
RAM  128 KB
ROM  Unknown
TEXT MODES  Unknow
GRAPHIC MODES  Unknow
COLORS  greenish monochrome monitor
SOUND  Unknown
SIZE / WEIGHT  15 x 13 x 7 inches
I/O PORTS  Communication port, Cabinet socket, Keyboard socket, Monitor socket, Power input
BUILT IN MEDIA  2 x 5''1/4 disk-drives
OS  Olivetti own OS which was actually CPM/86 customised.
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in PSU
PERIPHERALS  10 or 20 MB hard disk, daisy wheel printer
PRICE  Unknow


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