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Vector Graphic Vector 1+ Computer


Description
Manufacturer Vector Graphic
Model Vector 1+
Date Announced 1977
Date Canceled Unknown
Number Produced Thousands to tens of thousands
Country of Origin USA
Price $850+
Current Value $200+
Specifications
Processor Intel 8080
Speed 2 Mhz
RAM 1K-64K
ROM 512 byte bootstrap
Storage Built-in 5.25" floppy"
Expansion Full S-100 Bus
Bus S-100
Video Dumb Terminals
I/O Serial plus whatever was added
OS Options CP/M, MP/M, CP/M-86, etc.
Notes Vector Graphic was one of the first computer companies to be run by women. I'm not sure why this is news, but it is.
Related Items in Collection A variety of other S-100 systems including aNorthStar Horizon, CompuPro 8/16 and others.
Related Items Wanted Additional software.


The Vector 1+ in my collection hasn't been thoroughly tested yet. It does appear complete and is in relatively good condition.

Vector Graphic manuals

From a separate source I have a variety of Vector manuals and some software.

Vector Graphic Hardware Manuals

The Vector Hardware Manual covers the 1+ as well as other Vector Graphic systems.

Vector Graphic Boot Disk

The Vector Boot Disk in my collection will hopefully work with the 1+ once it's been tried out.

Vector Graphic Business Software

I've also got some PeachTree business software in Vector format.


(Submitted May 20, 2015 02:19:34 by Achim)

I am looking for the Vector 1. Any offer welcome.


(Submitted November 23, 2014 08:22:43 by TONY perez)

I have a vector 2 in excellent condition. Are they worth anything?


(Submitted January 28, 2013 02:54:24 by Dennis)

my email Leonardokirby@gmail.com I have a vector 3 with all the owners manuels games paper work. Everything is nearly mint condition. thanks


(Submitted January 28, 2013 02:53:03 by Dennis)

I have a Vector 3 it says its 5.0 on the scree it works almost mint condition. I have all the manuels they look like the ones above. Let me know if you are interested. What can I sell this on ebay for?


(Submitted December 10, 2010 09:58:42 by janet Tyrrell)

I worked there from april 1978 to may 1981. I have some old photos I will look for.


(Submitted April 28, 2009 10:18:27 by (a href=mailto:)Mortar(/a))

)Vector Graphic was one of the first computer )companies to be run by women. I'm not sure why )this is news, but it is.

Perhaps your not as old as I thought you'd be. Back in the 70s--even 80s--it was rather unusual for women to be geeks, much less running a high- tech company.


(Submitted December 12, 2007 05:34:29 by Andrew Lynch)

Hi!

There is a mailing list for all Vector Graphic enthusiasts. Please come and join us. We discuss all things VG including repair and restoration, operations and maintenance, history, purchasing, etc. We are a very friendly group and would very much like to meet some other VG owners. Please come join the fun!

Here is the mailing list web interface:

http://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A0=VECTOR-GRAPHIC

Or you can subscribe by email:

================================================== ============================ To post (send a message to all subscribers), address your e-mail to vector-graphic@h-net.msu.edu. To unsubscribe, send the command unsub vector-graphic, without the quotes, in the BODY of the message, to listserv@h-net.msu.edu. For other help, e- mail Dennis Boone (drb@msu.edu). ================================================== ============================

Thank you!

Andrew Lynch

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