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HP1000 Family News

The HP 2100 was a series of minicomputers produced by Hewlett-Packard (HP) from the mid-1960s to early 1990s. The 2100 was also a specific model in this series. The series was renamed HP 1000 by the 1970s and sold as real-time computers, complementing the more complex IT-oriented HP 3000, and would be the starting point for a line of desktop computers. They would eventually be phased out in favor of UNIX-based RISC workstations.

These leaflets include the following products:

HP100 Series
HP 2608A Line Printer
HP 2640B/N/S Display Terminal
HP 2645S Swedish/Finnish Display Station
HP 2621A/P National Character Options
HP 1000 Product Compatability Guide


Date : December 1978

Creator : Hewlett Packard

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH14822. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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