Brochure is blue and gray with a design motif of an olde time advertising flier. A drawing of a Victorian era man, in a top hat and tails sitting on a chair reading a newspaper on which information about the Raytheon computer is printed, decorates the front of the brochure. The back shows a poster style announcement of The Raytheon Computer Armchair Shopper. Printed in the address area of the back cover is: Thomas J. Buckholtz, Hughes Airchraft, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif. Two holes are punched in the side of the brochure for placement in a 3-ring binder. The text contents include: We've just added more speed, software and peripherals to the Raytheon 520...your next real-time systems computer; Integrated circuit digital modules with the highest guaranteed noise rejection: 1.5 volts on clock lines, 30 volts on data lines. And that's not just a lot of noise from Raytheon Computer. A tear-off, mailable, postcard is included that gives the user a choice of product information to request and a place to write your name and address, addressed to Raytheon Computer.
9 1/2 x 7 3/8 in.
Military/Aerospace applications; Raytheon Company; Business applications; Digital computer; promotional material; Fortran IV (Software); Raytheon 520 (Computer)