- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Rod Lannon <biggrod@...> wrote:
> Very possibly could have been 6926.
> See my other posts today. It looks almost
> identical to theis photo:
>The picture shows late 50's to early 60's vintage IBM kit. The two
right hand M/C's are based on the 026 Keypunch and the left hand one
looks like a variant of an 870. The 870 was a keypunch with paper
tape punch and/or reader built on, all coupled to IBM Model B
typewriter. The 'cabinet' is a 1401/1410/1440 CPU cabinet. This means
that the 'works' were built from IBM's 'Standard Modular System'
(SMS) components. These were plug in circuit boards with discrete
transistors, resisters and capacitors.