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Fortune 32:16 XP

Fortune 32:16 XP

Speed6 MHz
Memory1024 KB
Hard Drive70  MB

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Release Date: 1/1/1982
Manufacturer: Fortune Systems
Original Retail Price:
Adjusted Inflation Price:
Donated By: Gord Guthrie
The Fortune 32:16 series of machines was intended to bridge the gap between the personal computer and the "mini" computer. The model we have is considered to be at the higher end of the offerings, with the entire system (including software) costing almost $30,000. The machine runs UNIX and is capable of controlling multiple terminals. The expansion system shown here adds a streaming tape backup to the unit.

The system also includes various languages that were available to develop on. We have the complete sales brochure which will be available in our brochure section.

User Comments
fj wilde on Friday, January 04, 2013
... looking for the monitor of the cpu. pleas write
Michael on Monday, October 11, 2010
I have two complete 32/16's one is an XP. I have all the manuels, disks, cables & books. The xp was working the last time I plugged it in. The other hase some kind of mother board hangup. There are two smart terminals and three standard terminals. Anyone interested? Contact Michael,
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