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Manufacturer Teletek
Model Unknown
Date Announced Unknown
Date Canceled Unknown
Number Produced Unknown
Country of Origin USA
Price Unknown
Current Value $50-$250
Processor Various including 8080, Z80, 8085, etc.
Speed 2-4 MHz
RAM Up to 64K
Storage 2 built-in 8" Floppy Drives
Expansion Several expansion slots
Bus S-100
Video Serial Terminal Interface
I/O Parallel, Serial
OS Options CP/M, MP/M, others
Notes Teletek manufactured S-100 cards and basic systems.
Related Items in Collection Other Teletek S-100 cards, software, docs, etc.
Related Items Wanted Time to put it all together and make it run!

As shown above, I don't know much about this system. It'll take some tinkering before I can get it booted. Right now it's as dead as a doorknocker.

Teletek machines, software and related items donated by Barney Greene.

(Submitted January 1, 2010 16:40:31 by Arthur Sittler)

I use the Teletek to develop software for S-100 boards. Mine is a SysteMaster board. The Teletek is an IEEE-696 single-board with CPU, 64K DRAM memory, floppy controller, serial, and parallel ports. The floppy controller supports 8 single or double sided single or double density diskettes. It also supports 5-1/4 floppies either 35 or 40 track soft sector. Please let me know if you want copies of the software and documentation. I have complete software, and Teletek included source code.

(Submitted February 5, 2008 18:55:50 by Rahner James)

The Teletek boards were designed for the most part by David Jenkins with the first BIOS and CP/M port written by Aram Perez. I have the schematics, if anyone cares.

David went on to design the Cameleon - another PC compatible that came out after the Compaq luggable.

(Submitted June 8, 2007 06:01:58 by Erik)

I would rather be interested in a system like this. I have never seen a Teletek computer.

(Submitted November 12, 2006 19:17:48 by Mike Meier)

I have a Teletek TurboDOS system. It's a multi-user system based on several single-board computers. It came with with 8 floppy drives and an hard drive. THe hard drive was removed so the system will not boot. Otherwise, it seems to work. I'd love to get a copy of the original TurboDOS software.

(Submitted April 2, 2006 12:23:36 by Alice F. Blood)

Do you have a facility in Kalispell, Montana? If so, I am interested in finding a job there. Would you please inform me as to possibilities? Thank you, Alice F. Blood

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