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Found this while browsing one of the links on the "laptops with mini-diskette drives" question: It appears to be a generic 80186-based IBM PC AT clone, distributed as "Tava Flyer". I couldn't find any meaningful information about Tava Corp. (Irvine California, apparently), except that they existed in 1983 and are no longer active. Some ...


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I realize that it's been over a year, but thanks to all for responding. The terminal in question WAS a 3179G. I had figured it must have been because it had the graphics ability to render the APL2 characters (the standard APL characters were part of text mode on most of the terminals at that time). However, it turns out the 3179G did have the APL2 ...


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