Apollos again - and an HP2115A

From: Bob Shannon <bshannon_at_tiac.net>
Date: Sat Nov 27 15:02:21 2004

The HP 2115 is a rather rare 16-bit minicomputer with 8K of
core memory.

I have a number of apollos, including some working units.

I'd be very happy to trade you apollo gear for the 2115!

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jules Richardson" <julesrichardsonuk_at_yahoo.co.uk>
To: "General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts"
Sent: Saturday, November 27, 2004 2:02 PM
Subject: Apollos again - and an HP2115A

> rah! Rummaging through the piles of HP stuff today on the offchance that
> there were any Apollo bits paid off. Unearthed four DN3000 series
> machines in a box complete with three mice and Domain keyboards - that
> explains where the stray Domain keyboard I found the other week must
> have come from!
> Two of the machines are (strangely) missing fronts, and one's just
> badged as a 3000 whilst the other is a 3010. All appear to have disks
> (hopefully they have all the necessary boards too). I'll have access to
> a van tomorrow so I'll shift them up to the museum and take a look
> inside...
> No sign of manuals or install media yet, but I'm only about a third of
> the way through the pile.
> Also, what the heck's an HP 2115A? Found one earlier all nicely boxed
> and wrapped up, plus possibly a second one (it's too buried under more
> modern HP stuff to get to it yet!). Looks like a rather nice machine!
> Perfect condition too - I'll take that up to the museum tomorrow too so
> it's all nice and cosy :)
> cheers
> Jules
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