98x5 Computers Selection:
|Name: 1310A Analog Display|
|Product Number: 1310A|
|Division: Colorado Springs|
|Original Price: $3000|
|Catalog Reference: 1972, page 84|
|Donated by: David Broadbent, Melbourne Victoria.|
The 1310A was a 19-inch analog display. It was one of many HP monitors that could be driven by the 1350A Graphics Translator. The 1310B ($7200) was introduced in 1980.
These old HP large screen monitors are surprisingly robust. Three of the four units we have in the museum work (1304, 1310, 1311; our 1321 is not currently functioning). Our 1310A no longer produces full-screen output, even after fully adjusting the internal variable resistors that control X-gain and Y-gain. The image is clear and sharp but only fills about half the screen.^ TOP
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