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|At the bottom right we have the keyboard interface, a simple RJ11 connector.|
Beside that is the HP-IB bus connector.
And to the left of that again, is the 'communication interface' which is a 50pin RS232 bus.
The cover above the connectors hides the two expansion slots.(If you remove this, and look in and down to the left, you'll find the configuration switches.
|Production year: 1982||OS: - Undefined -|
|Type: Workstation||Speed: 8MHz||RAM: 128/256KB|
|Display: Internal CRT||Resolution: 400x300|
There may be a problem with the onboard switches as the selfstest registers as the 9816A has 128KB on the Motherboard, and the 9816Shas 256KB, and there's a HP 98257 memory-card in one of the expansion slots, and a manual found on the net indicates that it is a cool 1MB in size, but the selftest indicates that it only has 128KB installed. But without a manual for the RAM card, there's very little I can do to rectify that situation.
Joe's HP 9000 Computers
A not entirely complete page, but it lists all the models, so is a good read.
HP Computer Museum
This site is stuffed with documents and software for older HP computers. A must-visit!