PDP 11 24

PDP 11 24 In 1972 DEC introduced the 16 bit PDP-11. The PDP-11 series was one of the most successful computers of all time and was still manufactured in 1990. During the Cold War clones of the PDP-11 were developed in Hungary. A typical early PDP 11/20 system consisted of the CPU, 8 or 16 Kbytes of core memory, a teletype as the console and a high speed reader/punch.

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