Honeywell Bull

From: Jason <>
Date: Mon Jan 18 19:51:20 1999

Maybe that's the mainframe that goes with a computer that I found! <g>
Doubt it, though.

I just got a Honeywell Bull AP/M from a flea market for $1.

Anyone have any info on this thing? From what I can tell, it's a 286-10, AT
compatible, and has a 20MB HD ST-225 behind a translucent plate (sort of
like an AT&T 6300, but gray) under the 1.2MB floppy. It also has a spot of
a "full-height" 3.5" floppy (as high as a half-height 5" floppy).


                -Jason Willgruber
                   ICQ#: 1730318

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Owad <>
To: Discussion re-collecting of classic computers
Date: Tuesday, May 18, 1999 1:04 PM
Subject: Honeywell Bull

>I have an opportunity to acquire a Honeywell Bull mainframe, free of
>charge. I don't have many details on it, but I'm told the computer is
>about 4x3x2 feet and supported 30 terminals. Any opinions on whether or
>not this is a computer worth saving, and if it is worth the space it will
>take up?
>Tom Owad
Received on Mon Jan 18 1999 - 19:51:20 GMT

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