MicroVAX 3100 series

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MicroVAX 3100-80

The MicroVAX 3100 series was an entry-level line of desktop minicomputer VAXen (for interactive time-sharing usage), all using a microprocessor VAX on a motherboard. They shared their mounting box and motherboard with the VAXserver 3100 series and VAXstation 3100 series.


The Model 10 and Model 20 are very similar; the latter has a slightly larger mounting box.

All models support SCSI for mass storage, as well as Ethernet and several asynchronous serial lines. Additional main memory, asynchronous serial lines, and synchronous serial lines, are available as options.

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