Looking for a keypunch machine?

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Fri, Apr 3rd, 2009 09:38 by capnasty NEWS

The IBM 29 Keypunch Machine was originally announced in October of 1964, it was used to record and check information in punched cards. It ceased production in 1984. And now, for a meagre $800, you can be the proud owner of this vintage machine.

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