[TUHS] core

William Pechter pechter at gmail.com
Sun Jun 17 00:13:10 AEST 2018

Yup.  IIRC they used the T11 -- the same chip in the Vax86xx front end. 


On June 16, 2018 10:10:43 AM EDT, Steve Nickolas <usotsuki at buric.co> wrote:
>On Sat, 16 Jun 2018, Noel Chiappa wrote:
>>    > From: Clem Cole
>>    > The 8 pretty much had a base price in the $30k range in the mid
>to late
>>    > 60s.
>> His statement was made in 1977 (ironically, the same year as the
>> II).
>> (Not really that relevant, since he was apparently talking about
>> homes'; still, the history of DEC and personal computers is not a
>happy one;
>> perhaps why that quotation was taken up.)
>>    > Later models used TTL and got down to a single 3U 'drawer'.
>> There was eventually a single-chip micro version, done in the
>mid-70's; it
>> was used in a number of DEC word-processing products.
>> 	Noel
>Wasn't a one-chip PDP11 used by Tengen in a few arcade games, like 

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