Interdata Model 3 Control Computer (1967)
The Interdata Model 3 Control Computer could handle 16 and 32 bit instruction word lengths, had 1024 bytes of memory expandable to 65,536 bytes, 2 microseconds cycle time, and had 16-bit arithmetic and 16 general registers. It sold for about $6,000. The Interdata was made by Interdata of Eatontown, New Jersey.
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