Users of the Wyse 150 (WY-150) terminal or such popular emulation modes as the Wyse 60 (WY-60), Wyse 50 (WY-50) and DEC VT-220 now have a cost-effective, high-quality solution for color applications. Utilize up to16 color combinations (from 8 foreground, 8 background, and two intensity levels) to improve the image of any general purpose terminal user.
Current monochrome users can convert to color with no modification of the host application. Just set the proper emulation mode in setup, and select from one of the 10 pre defined color palettes through a local keyboard sequence. The application can then be fine tuned to take advantage of the broad capabilities of the terminal.
Features of the Wyse 325 Color Terminals
ASCII, ANSI, PC Terminal personalities
Up to 16 color combinations of 8 foreground and 8 background colors plus intensity
10 pre-defined color palettes and one host definable soft palette
Plug and play with existing monochrome applications
Two serial ports and one parallel port
Choice of keyboards for ASCII, ANSI, and PC Terminal personalities
78 Hz refresh rate with overscan
Plug and Play - Wyse 325 Terminal
Compatible with a wide variety of host environments such as UNIX, XENIX, MultiUser DOS, PICK, Full line of Wyse keyboards available to best complement the operating system and applications used.
Plug and play design makes it easy to convert from the monochrome world and step up to color.
Ergonomics of Wyse 325 Terminal
Colors: P22 phosphor; up to 16 color combinations from 8 foreground colors, 8 background colors, and two levels of intensity
Monitor: 14-inch diagonal, non-glare CRT with overscan, .28 mm dot pitch
Video: Borderless, full screen image; 10 in x 7.6 in (254 mm x 193 mm)
Refresh: Flicker-free 78 Hz or 60 Hz; non-interlaced
Controls: Clustered brightness, contrast, and power controls mounted adjacent to front bezel; user accessible horizontal and vertical centering