DEC VT100 computer terminal (1978) which featured the luxurious choice of an 80 or 132 column display.

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Command Line Cheat Sheet for Mac and Linux. I know these, but always good to have on hand!
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Texas Instruments Portable Terminal: Another computer terminal with acoustic modem, printer built in.

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DEC VT52 computer terminal (1975) produced by Digital Equipment Corporation. The screen display was 24 rows by 80 columns and this was the first model to feature WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) text editing, lowercase text and bi-directional scrolling.

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