A modified PDP-7 under restoration in Oslo, Norway Photo taken by me, Matias Fjeld (matiashf), on 2004-12-09.
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A classic Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-7 [produced 1964-69]. This photo is of machine #115 that was shipped to Oslo University in 1966 and is now owned by Tore Sinding Bekkedal, his site for the machine is here - http://heim.ifi.uio.no/~toresbe/dec
Information about Digital Equipment Corporation's PDP-7 and PDP-7/A computers including some manuals and a customer list covering 99 of the possible 120 systems shipped is here - http://www.soemtron.org/pdp7.html
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