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Microscribe Prototype Key Board PCB and unit top

This Microscribe Prototype Key Board PCB and unit top was kindly donated by Mike Voss
"Microscribe is a general-purpose, miniature terminal that's equally at home in the office, on site, at home or on the move. It's stylish, compact and lightweight. Superb ergonomic design makes it very easy to use. And inside that neat exterior, there's a formidable array of powerful features.

Date : December 1983

Manufacturer : Terminal Technology

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH6461. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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