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IBM itself has created an IBM 1130 web page with details unavailable elsewhere.
Annoyingly, IBM seems to have produced a printer with the 1130 model number at some point. Many Google matches come up for this printer's supplies. Shame on you, Big Blue! You had lots of other numbers you could have used.
IBM lawyers: please e-mail me if there's something I'm doing which IBM would prefer me to either not do, or do differently. I'm not into copyright violation. I am into documenting the machine this page is about.
If you are or were on an 1130 project team, please contact me as listed below.
- If someone from the original IBM 1130 development team contacts me, I think I'll pop. Then I'll try to get any information the person remembers, and put it on this site. So if you fit that description, please contact me! Note: I've now heard from a few of the people involved. It's now a matter of them having time to recount 40 year old memories of this project.
- If you have an IBM 1130, I'd like to know about it. Specs, condition, peripherals, software, location, ... availability.... :-) Oh, and it would also be good to know if you'd like to be mentioned here. There just can't be many of these machines around anymore.
Last modified 07 June 2011