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Apollo Domain Series

 about Apollo Domain Series 2500

Apollo systems was used mainly for graphic; they have a very impressive look. The company (Apollo) lasted some years and was sold to HP in early nineties.

 short technical data

internal name: frodo 1.9 (SAU9)
OS: Domain/OS, HP-UX [BSD possible]
memory: max xxxMb on 16 slots (pc compatible 30-pin simm)
cpu: RISC motorola 68030RC2 20Mhz mmu built-in
fpu: motorola 68882 20MHz
bus: scsi 1, 1 slot for network card (Apollo Token Ring or 3COM 3C505 Ethernet card)
i/o: scsi 1, 3 serial unified in one DB25
network: AUI and BNC
hardisk: 100MB SCSI
video: ECL monochrome, missing monitor :(
number & condition: 2 complete and working (pretty dirty), but one keyboard and mouse; found one apollo hd later



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