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General Automation Zebra 1750

The Zebra 1750 was announced in May 1985 by General Automation. It ran the multiuser Pick Operating System and could support up to 12 terminals. A hard disk of up to 120MB was supported.  The processor was a 10Mhz Motorola 68000 and it featured 128KB of dram expandable to 1MB.

A PDF of the manual for this machine can be found here.


Manufacturer: General Automation
Date: May 1985

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General Automation Zebra 1750 Manuals:

Item Manufacturer Date
General Automation - Zebra 1700 / 1750 Hardware Reference Manual General Automation Unknown

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH39671. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


General Automation Zebra 1750

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