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Teknema Internet Set-Top Box

The Teknema Internet TV Set-Top Box was designed to offer households easy and inexpensive access to the internet.

The Teknema box utilises the ARM 32-bit RISC processor and has a 33.6kbps built-in modem. There is a port for a HB printer, a smartcard reader, and both composite video and S-Video output. The box worked with both NTSC and Pal TVs offering a flicker free display.

The Set-Top box came packaged with a wireless remote control. A keyboard was sold separately, our model has the keyboard with it.
Telenor Nextel of Norway selected Teknema's internet TV set top box to provide its customers with internet access on television sets in 1998.

Manufacturer: Teknema
Date: 1998

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53265. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


Teknema Internet Set-Top Box

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