Business Desktops/Calcs - Accessories
100 Series Selection:
|1) 45631A 256KB Memory Module 150 (1983)|
|2) 45632A 384KB Memory Module 150 (1983)|
|3) 150 Tilt Accessory (1983)|
|4) 150 Swivel Accessory (1983)|
|5) 45890A 512K Memory Board 150 (1984)|
|6) 45643A HP-IL /Parallel Interface 150 (1984)|
|7) 45644A EtherLink-150 Card (1984)|
|8) 45641B 3278 Emulator (1984)|
|9) 24510 Modem Portable Plus (1985)|
|10) 45914A HP-HIL Board 150 (1985)|
|11) 35723A Touch Accessory (1985)|
|12) 82982A Software Drawer (1985)|
|13) 82983A Portable Plus Modem (1985)|
|14) 45885A Math Coprocessor (1985)|
|15) 82985A Monitor Interface (1985)|
|16) 82992A 1 MB Memory Portable Plus (1986)|
HP introduced the 100 Series in 1981, beginning with the 125 . The 100 Series machines were unique in a number of ways. These computers were the first from HP to be primarily designed for business professionals, rather than engineers or scientists. Unlike previous computers from HP, most of the software that ran on the 100 Series machines was not written by the user or by HP. The 125 was followed by the 120. Both of these machines had Z80 processors and ran Digital Research's CP/M operating system. These computers were able to run a wide variety of software , most of which was not written specifically for an HP computer.
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