Are all low-price computers small-scale?
Answer: A l l b u t t h i s o n e . Here is a medium-scale general purpose digital computer, and the only small-scale thing about it is the price. It's the low-price Bendix G-15. P a r t of the remarkable success of the G-15 is due to that low price. One user writes, ". . . the nearest competitor to the G-15 costs five times as much." Complete punched card, magnetic tape and punched paper tape facilities for the G-15 mean versatility for an almost limitless range of business data processing and statistical problems . . . and engineering work, too. A variety of programming methods answer every need, and enable your present staff to do all programming. If you believe that your organization isn't large enough to support a computer, then look again. You can start with a basic G-15, which includes an alphanumeric input-output typewriter, a paper tape punch, and a high speed paper tape reader at no added cost. Then, as your needs grow, add the card and magnetic tape accessories. Well over 200 G-15 users throughout the world are the best proof of its value. The low-cost, high capacity performance is unequalled by any other computer today. Complete details will be sent upon request. Mention specific problems where the G-15 may be helpful, and we will be glad to advise you.
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