Librascope Tactical Computer TerminalThis TCT AN/UYQ-30 is probably one of the very few terminals out there meeting nuclear survivability requirements. Posted by pburgomaster.
Literally a battlestation.
This fully militarized tactical computer terminal, designed and manufactured by the Librascope Corporation, is "a general purpose data processing, display, and communication terminal for Army field use at all echelons in a variety of highly mobile tactical applications".
The brochure from 1988 is pure gold, check it out at: https://librascopememories.com/Librascope_Memories/Product_Literature_files/Army%20TCT%20-%20%201988.pdf
Display/Keyboard Processor unit: 130 pounds.
The Keyboard utilizes elastomeric construction and is rain-proof in the operational position. It folds upward to protect the Display face in transit. A standard ASCII character set is featured with the numerics placed to one side. A separate set of cursor control switches is provided. [...] Processor Control Switches, Input/Output Control Switches, and Voice Channel Selection Switches are also located on the keyboard (source).
8 megabytes magnetic bubble memory: 80 pounds.
Altitude: operation to 10,000 ft, transport to 50,000 ft.
Temperature: operational -45° to 60°C, storage -57° to 71°C.