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IBM 1130

(computer)
A computer introduced by IBM in 1965. It was their cheapest computer to date, and was aimed at price-sensitive, computing-intensive technical markets like education and engineering. It notably included inexpensive disk storage. Non-IBM clones were produced.

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ULj bought four new small computers in order to meet these demands, one IBM 1130, one IBM System 7 and two CDC 1700 computers.
Uno de los recuerdos de Burton de la Facultad fue que habia un computador IBM 1130. Burton anade que en la industria britanica, donde habia trabajado por media decada, habia talleres pero no habia computadores, por esto le impacto ver tecnologia de punta en los Andes, pese a que no habia un taller y casi nada de laboratorios.
APL has a double attraction for IBM 1130 users, in that it can be supported by the 1130 on a stand-alone basis, or by the 1130 as a terminal to a 360 complex.
With little emphasis on basic computer concepts in general, all material related to the IBM 1130 being installed at that university.
The system was an IBM 1130 computer, a machine the size of a desk with 8 KB of main memory, a 512 KB disk drive, a Teletype CX paper tape reader and BRPE paper tape punch, and a Photon 713 photomechanical typesetter.