A computer introduced by IBM in 1965. It was their cheapest computer to date, and was aimed at price-sensitive, computing-intensive technical markets like education and engineering. It notably included inexpensive disk storage. Non-IBM clones were produced.
IBM 1130 Enthusiasts (http://ibm1130.org/).
- Ibm 1403
printer A printer used with the IBM 360 mainframe, a successor to the 1401. (1999-01-11)
- Ibm 1620
computer A computer built by IBM and released in late 1959. The 1620 cost from around $85,000(?) up to hundreds of thousands of dollars(?) according to the configuration. It was billed as a “small scientific computer” to distinguish it from the business-oriented IBM 1401. It was regarded as inexpensive, and many schools started out with […]
- Ibm 1710
computer An IBM 1620 with additional features useful for industrial process control: A/D convertors, D/A convertors, general-purpose I/O lines, and interrupts. [Date?] (1997-07-20)
- Ibm 2741
printer A slow, letter-quality printing device and terminal based on the IBM Selectric typewriter. The print head was a little sphere resembling a golf ball, bearing reversed embossed images of 88 different characters arranged on four parallels of latitude; one could change the font by changing the golf ball. The device communicated at 134.5 bits […]