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Corvus Systems WSB-1 Workstation

This diskless workstation manufactured by Corvus Systems was intended to share standalone hard disks over a local area network known as Omninet. Up to 63 workstations were supported. A specially-designed CRT display sat on top of the main unit and could be roated from rotated and switch from portrait mode for the word processor to landscape mode for the spreadsheet. Software and hardware was designed to handled the change smoothly.

Manufacturer: Corvus Systems
Date: 1983

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Practical Computing - September 1983 Sep 1983

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH39674. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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