IBM 2260

IBM 2260

The IBM 2260 CRT was a predecessor to the substantially more powerful (and expensive) IBM 3270. It was usually clustered around a central controller that stored screenfuls of information in a delay line. One useful feature when playing, e.g., Adventure, was a page-back facility, to view previous screens.

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* [ History of the IBM 2260 Display Station]

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