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Terak8510/a

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A pretty 12-inch paper-white screen, a good keyboard and a biggish main unit with an 8-inch floppy drive and a four-slot QBUS backplane. The Terak 8510/a is a powerful personal computer from the late seventies, and it's PDP-11/03 compatible.
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No known owners (I still own one | I used to own one). I have seen one.
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Pricing 11,501.00 USD (United States, 1981), 16,920.00 USD (United States, 1981), 19,485.00 USD (United States, 1981), 8,935.00 USD (United States, 1981)
Emphasis Education, Programming, Workstation
Software compatibility P-System, PDP-11, QBUS, RSTS, RSX11, RT11, UNIX
Timeline Released: 1978
CPU type LSI-11
CPU word length 16 bits
ROM Size 2 KiB
RAM Size 56 KiB
Maximum RAM Size 128 KiB
Weight 20 kg (44.1 lb)
Graphics modes 320x240x2, 640x480x8
Text modes 80x24x2
Total number of colours 2, 8
Total peripheral memory 256 KiB, 512 KiB, 1 MiB, 2 MiB, 4 MiB, 10 MiB
I/O Ports 4x QBUS, Current Loop, Floppy, Keyboard, Monitor, RS-232

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