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The IBM 1410

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IBM 1410
The IBM 1410
The IBM 1410 computer, 1960. This one is at the University of Kentucky; a photo of the Columbia 1410 is needed. Pictured: an IBM 1415 Selectric typewriter console unit, the 1410 console behind it, a 1403 printer behind that, and the 1410 behind the printer, with IBM 7330 reel-to-reel tape drives to the right (thanks to Pete Blair of Raleigh NC for identifying some of the parts). The 1410 also came in a disk-based model, the RAMAC 1410 (1410 plus IBM 1405 Disk Storage). The 1410 was sold until 1970.

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Columbia University Computing History Frank da Cruz / This page created: January 2001 Last update: 8 September 2023