VIDEOTERM 80 Column Display

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VIDEOTERM 80 Column Display for Apple II combines an asynchronous serial interface card with the "guts" of a high speed terminal to  transform a black and white video monitor into an intelligent video display terminal. Characters are 7x9 dots in 18 or 24 lines each containing 80 characters. Compatible with Pascal operating system and Basic languages.

Videoterm Utilities expand the power of Videoterm. The BASIC language utilities are designed to work with Applesoft: SCROLL utility sets a window holding titles constant while text scrolls; READ SCREEN dumpsthe the display to the printer; FONT EDITOR allows creation of new fonts; MID-RES GRAPHICS allows plotting; GRAPHICS TEMPLATE creates charts, graphs and business forms; Pascal VIDEXGRAPHICS plot using TURTLEGRAPHICS.

Software and manuals plus manuals for Ultraterm Video Display Card and Keyboard and Display Enhancer.


Platform: Apple II II+ minimum 48Kb RAM  Disk 5.25 drive

               OS:  DOS and PASCAL Environment            

System Software (SS:) Utility Program(UP:) Device Driver

Version: 1982

Platform : Apple II
Format : Disk 5.25
Publisher : Videx
Authors :
Date : 1982
Product Code :

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Other Software by Videx:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
VIDEOTERM 80 Column Display Videx Apple II Disk 5.25 1982
Videoterm Utilities Videx Apple II Diskette 1982

Information About Videx:




This exhibit has a reference ID of CH57125. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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