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A > ATT > Unix PC


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the ATT Unix PC computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Wednesday 7th June 2017
David (United States)

I received a PC7300 with a nearly full set of manuals and disks. I need to see if I can get those disks imaged so that they can be shared.

Wednesday 1st February 2017
Mister Technological Archaeologist MD PHD NUT

This looks like the beginning of UNIX/LINUX/BSD for the home computer user.

Emulators don''t work. I am bumbed :-(

But over the years all the software on this system has already been ported and updated to all corners of the round earth. :-)

Friday 16th December 2016

The voice mail board you describe was called "Voice Power''. It was one of the first menu-directed systems. 3B1 systems could have several boards. It had text to speech as well.

Wednesday 3rd November 2010
Aaron Lochard (USA)
Indy Tech Expert

This is such a fantastic machine. I''ve had one for several years now. Unfortunately shortly after receiving it in working condition, I could not help but to open it up to see the insides. This was a difficult machine to get open, and somehow I have managed to do something to it. It no longer boots, and I do not have the OS to try to restore it to working condition.

Wednesday 4th August 2010
Laurent LATHIEYRE (Paris, France)

One of my experience in computing!

Very innovative piece of equipment, could handle phone calls, very versatile.

Tuesday 27th April 2010
PeterG (UK)

I used these systems in the UK when I was employed by Computer Automation.
We had difficulty persuading users to shutdown properly so regular reinstalls were needed from 33 (or so) floppy disks. I believe that this is a variant of the Convergent Technologies Unix PC?

Thursday 25th March 2010
Albert (USA)

I was so envious of my room-mate who had one. Though the hard drive made a high pitched pinging noise that kept me up at night.

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