Electronic Control Systems display terminal T-03
A cool retro terminal spotted by TyrantFoxx in a Hugh Jeffreys video.
Published September 4, 2021
According to the label on the back this was manufactured in Australia by a company called Electronic Control Systems which was based out of Sydney. Another label on the keyboard says: EPS-71.
Hugh was unable to determine a manufacturing date but he would guess sometime in the 1980s.
A commenter on YT, jaceb, found something about the company:
"Michael Roberts had founded Sydney-based Time Office Computers, originally called Electronic Control Systems, in the 1970s, intending to develop and market small computer terminals."
Warning! I would definitely advise against watching this video if you are eating or going to eat.
Anyway, it's just a 17 minute long video about cleaning off animal feces from all the surfaces:
Published on Sat 4th Sep 2021. Featured in KBD #42 (source).
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