Philips P5020

Philips P5020 which was sold in the USA as the P3000 system

The P5020 word processor system. The P5020 was a monster system, an all-in-one system with a 15 inch 36 line screen, two 5.25 disk drives next to the monitor, plus room for expansion cards. The entire unit stood on a tilt/swivel pedestal. Heavy keyboard made of metal, no plastic exept for the keys.

Reference No: 8705 741 10026
Type: P5020-02 VDU
Serial No: 41-10026-11174
Dated November 1983

Reference No: 8705 751 00205
Type: P5020
Serial No: 51-00205-10193

This machine is complete with the Philips TEC daisy-wheel printer:
TEC (Tokyo Electric Co Ltd. Japan) Serial Printer F10-40
Serial No: 517924
Manufacturer     Philips Electronics (Netherlands)    
Type     Desktop
Production start - 1982
RAM     8Kb     ROM    
CPU     Z80 - Mhz
Operating System     CP/M
Text (Cols x Rows)     80 x 25
Storage memory     Floppy 5.25" x 2
Serial port     RS-232     Parallel port     1
ORIGIN      Netherlands
KEYBOARD      Full stroke 81 keys with 8 function keys and numeric keypad

Our whole system was very kindly donated by Mr K Benson

Manufacturer: Philips
Date: November 1983

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH13947. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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