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The VAX-11/750 (also known as the VAX/750) is a slower, more compact version of the [[VAX-11/780]].  It was nicknamed 'comet' by DEC.  One of the first OS's available for the 750 was [[4.1 BSD]].  According to Quarter Century of UNIX, the DoD could purchase 6 750's for about $150,000 USD.
 
The VAX-11/750 (also known as the VAX/750) is a slower, more compact version of the [[VAX-11/780]].  It was nicknamed 'comet' by DEC.  One of the first OS's available for the 750 was [[4.1 BSD]].  According to Quarter Century of UNIX, the DoD could purchase 6 750's for about $150,000 USD.
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Latest revision as of 17:10, 3 November 2020


VAX-11/750
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VAX-11/750
Codename: Comet
Year Introduced: October 1980
RAM: Max of 14 MB
VUPS: 0.65


The VAX-11/750 (also known as the VAX/750) is a slower, more compact version of the VAX-11/780. It was nicknamed 'comet' by DEC. One of the first OS's available for the 750 was 4.1 BSD. According to Quarter Century of UNIX, the DoD could purchase 6 750's for about $150,000 USD.

See also