>Err.....S/38 was second generation built-in console....To my knowledge the
>S/32 was the original built-in console in the IBM midrange...........It even
>came with a built-in printer!     :-)

I guess it depends on how far you want to go back, and how you define "IBM
midrange".  For example, was the 1130 considered "midrange"?  Are do we only
count models from the (then so-called) General Systems Division?  Some S/3
models predated the S/32 but had a "built-in" console too...


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