Bush Internet TV IBX250

Bush Internet was a joint venture between Alba (80%) and Virgin (20%); created specifically to sell simple "one button connect", low cost, mass market Internet devices aimed at the average person in the street. The various devices they jointly launched included, Internet enabled TV and external set top boxes which enable a colour TV to become Internet connected. Pace designed the Internet Surf Set for Bush. It is OS is based on NCOS from the Acorn Network Computers. It has an IR Keyboard, remote control and a built-in 33.6k modem.

The IBX250 is based on the IBX100 but has 2 SCART sockets so it can support connection to a VCR. In side it has the same motherboard as the IBX100, but the SCART card is bigger with the 2 sockets.

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Manufacturer: Pace
Date: 2002

Other Systems Related To Bush Internet TV IBX250:

Item Manufacturer Date
Bush Internet TV IBX101 Pace 2000
Bush Internet TV IBX200 Pace 2000
Bush Internet TV IBX202 Pace 2001

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH38106. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

Bush Internet TV IBX250


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