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November 9, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Hewlett-Packard Co has enhanced its 700/70 Windowing Terminal to include emulations commonly used in personal computer Unix system-based environments, including the Wyse 60 native and personal computer Term nodes, and Santa Cruz Operation Inc console. It claims that when combined with the original Digital Equipment Corp VT320, VT220, VT100 and VT 52 emulations, the HP 700/70 operates virtually seamlessly in all multi-user Unix system based environments. For those that value their privacy, the firm has also enhanced the HP 700/70 screen saver to include user definable password protection. It can be activated manually using a series of keystrokes or set to activate automatically. The terminals are available from Ingram Micro Inc, Merisel Inc and Tech Data Corp. The HP 700/70 supports Hewlett-Packard, IBM Corp, Sun Microsystems Inc, Digital Equipment Corp, Santa Cruz and other iAPX-86 Unix System V.4 systems. The HP 700/70 Windowing terminals are available now and cost $530 including keyboard; media kits on a one per site basis are $100; mouse $30; 700/60 to 700/70 upgrade is $70, and resellers can look for a discount.

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