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The '''Tektronix 4002''' (aka '''T4002''') was the first graphics terminal offered by Tektronix.  It was [[introduced in 1969]].
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The '''Tektronix 4002''' (aka '''T4002''') was the first graphics terminal offered by Tektronix.  It was announced in December 1968 and [[introduced in 1969]].
  
It uses a [[direct-view storage tube]] with a 8¼" × 6½" visible area in vector mode with a 400×300 resolution (1024×1024 addressable).
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It uses a [[611|611 storage monitor]] which has a [[direct-view storage tube]] with a 8¼" × 6½" visible area.
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In vector mode, the 4002 offers a 400×300 resolution (1024×1024 addressable).
  
 
Alphanumeric capacity is 80 columns × 35 lines.  The character generator includes 94 ASCII symbols in two sizes.
 
Alphanumeric capacity is 80 columns × 35 lines.  The character generator includes 94 ASCII symbols in two sizes.

Revision as of 06:11, 31 March 2019

The Tektronix 4002 (aka T4002) was the first graphics terminal offered by Tektronix. It was announced in December 1968 and introduced in 1969.

It uses a 611 storage monitor which has a direct-view storage tube with a 8¼" × 6½" visible area. In vector mode, the 4002 offers a 400×300 resolution (1024×1024 addressable).

Alphanumeric capacity is 80 columns × 35 lines. The character generator includes 94 ASCII symbols in two sizes.

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