IBM 1130


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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.

IBM 1130 Enthusiasts.
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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.
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With little emphasis on basic computer concepts in general, all material related to the IBM 1130 being installed at that university.
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