The Easy to Use Bendix G-15 General Purpose Digital Computer
Place of Publication
11 x 8 1/2 in.
Bendix Corporation. Computer Division
The brochure introduces the G-15 as a general purpose computer and a digital differential analyzer in one machine. The brochure is printed in blue, orange, gray and black on white paper. The cover page shows black and white photographs of people using the G-15 on a background of half orange and half blue. The back cover shows small drawings of G-15 applications, the company logo, and domestic addresses. The brochure opens up to a centerfold of three pages showing black and white photographs of people working on the computer, close ups of computer hardware making repetitive patterns, lists of specifications, charts of accessories on full page color backgrounds. Text contents include:The G-15 computer: principal features; New simplified programming techniques; Specifications; Input and output accessories; The digital differential analyzer accessory; G-15 applications. Stamped on the cover page in the upper right corner is "Received Mar 3, 1958 L. Wheaton Smith". The Computer Museum History Center barcode 102621667 is fixed to the back cover in the lower right corner.
promotional materials; Software; Intercom (software); Bendix Corporation; DA-1 Digital Differential Analyzer (Computer); Digital computer: other; Business applications; G-15 (Computer); Educational applications
Gift of L. Wheaton Smith