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HP 2393A Graphics Terminal

The 2393A was a modular, monochrome graphics monitor. It included an HP-HIL keyboard and the 35731 monitor. The 2393A had a maximum resolution of 640 x 400 dots. When introduced, the 2393A was HP's lowest priced graphics terminal.

Name: 2393A Monochrome Terminal
Product Number: 2393A
Introduced: 1985
Division: Roseville Terminals
Price: $2095

The HP 2393A graphics terminal was announced in July 1985 and provides full graphics and text capabilities, supporting a variety of  input/output options. The HP 2393A is HP's low-cost, innovative answer to remote data entry applications.

The HP 2393A was especially designed for the HP 1000, HP 3000, and HP 9000 system users, but also works on non-HP systems such as  DEC. 

Our terminals were kindly donated by ICI together with our two complete HP 1000 systems

Date : July 1985

Manufacturer : Hewlett Packard

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH15490. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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