800 Series Selection:
|Product Number: 9741A|
|Division: Data Systems, Fort Collins Systems|
|Ad: Click to see|
|Original Price: $113500|
|Catalog Reference: 1987, page 75|
Photo courtesy of Christian Corti, University of Stuttgart Computer Museum.
The model 840 was the first HP computer to feature the new PA-RISC CPU. The new 32-bit computer had more than double the CPU performance available with the 9000/550. The original 840 came standard with 8 MB of RAM, expandable to 24 MB. The 840 could use the same CIO interface boards that were used in the 500 Series computers.
The 9000/840 was obsoleted in June of 1989.
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