DEC VT100 computer terminal (1978) which featured the luxurious choice of an 80 or 132 column display.

DEC computer terminal which featured the luxurious choice of an 80 or 132 column display. Remember these days happy throwback Thursday everyone

ADDS Consul 880A Computer Terminal.

Vintage Computer Terminal - ADDS Consul 880A - Very Rare

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Quit Normal, Be Awesome, Computer Terminal Womens

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Tektronix T4002s Computer Terminal, late 70s.....................................Please save this pin.   ............................................................. Click on the following link!.. http://www.ebay.com/usr/prestige_online

((i feel like this is the shit they have in :') as well as the stuff we have nowadays)) Tektronix Computer Terminal.

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RARE Vintage 1974 Computer Terminal Hazeltine 1000

Rare Vintage 1974 Computer Terminal Hazeltine 1000 -Works

RARE Vintage 1974 Computer Terminal Hazeltine 1000 no Macintosh.

DEC VT52 computer terminal (1975) produced by Digital Equipment Corporation. The screen display was 24 rows by 80 columns and this was the first model to feature WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) text editing, lowercase text and bi-directional scrolling.

DEC computer terminal produced by Digital Equipment Corporation. The screen display was 24 rows by 80 columns and this was the first model to feature WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) text editing, lowercase text and bi-directional scroll

DEC VT05 - CRT Computer Terminal (1970) by Digital Equipment Corporation. The VT05 featured no fancy editing functions (bold, underline, reverse scrolling etc.) that we take for granted today.

DEC - CRT Computer Terminal by Digital Equipment Corporation. The featured no fancy editing functions (bold, underline, reverse scrolling etc.) that we take for granted today.

Basic #Linux Commands Cheat Sheet

This helped alt when I tried linux out

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Sci-fi computer terminal, Artem Lebedev on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/vyYP6

Sci-fi computer terminal, Artem Lebedev on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/vyYP6

TeleVideo 950 Computer Terminal.

TeleVideo 950 Computer Terminal.

DEC VT100 computer terminal (1978) which featured the luxurious choice of an 80 or 132 column display.

DEC computer terminal which featured the luxurious choice of an 80 or 132 column display.

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