Object StatementComputer processor, monitor and keyboard, plastic / glass / metal, made by TeleVideo, Sunnyvale, California, United States of America, 1983-1990
Physical DescriptionA computer processor, monitor and keyboard. The processor and monitor are part of a single integrated unit, while the keyboard is separate. The exterior of the processor is made of white plastic, and the front of the monitor and the keyboard are grey plastic. The processor part stands upright, and has a black panel on the front containing two 5 ¼ inch floppy drives, one above the other. The back of the processor has a dark grey panel with various inputs, outputs, dials and switches. The front of the monitor has a black label with the brand name ?TeleVideo' and a logo in the bottom left corner, and a second sticker on the back. The keyboard has a QUERTY layout, with numeric keypad and 10 user-definable function keys. The keyboard has a black label with ?Tele-PC' in the top right corner. The keyboard is connected to the computer by a black coiled telephone-style cord.
MarksThere are four stickers or labels on different parts of the computer system. On the front of the monitor is a sticker with the writing ?TeleVideo? and the TeleVideo logo. On the back of the monitor is a second sticker with the logo and the writing ?TeleVideo / Televideo® Systems Inc / 1170 Morse Avenue / Sunnyvale, California 94082?. On the side of the monitor is a third sticker with the TeleVideo logo, and on the keyboard is a sticker with the writing ?Tele-PC?. On the back of the processor are three badges, two of which read ?Case and monitor assembled in Korea / Electronics and final assembly made in USA?. The other badge reads ?This equipment complies with the requirements in Part 15 of FCC Rules for a Class A computing decide. Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause unacceptable interference to radio and TV reception requiring the operator to take whatever steps are necessary to correct the interference?. Various other inputs, outputs, switches and dials on the back of the processor are also labelled.