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Steve Lancaster writes...
I first learned about computers using a Wang 3300 at Rocky River High School in Ohio. We used it around '77-'79, until it was replaced with a Digital machine. We used it with half a dozen Teletype machines, and the yellow paper tape - we used to carry the tapes around in cigar boxes.

I'm sure the hardware has been gone for 30 years - the computer teacher, Mr. Evans, was continually having to send out boards to be repaired back in the 70s.
Posted on February 1, 2017 - 10:15:21 PST
Tom Lake writes...
Willy SPREUTELS , Would you ever consider selling the 3300? If not could you send Jim Hi-Res photos of the front and rear panels so he has an accurate reference to copy?
Posted on May 26, 2013 - 02:48:26 PDT
Jim Laing writes...
WOW - I was SO amazed to find this site! My first computer experience was on a Wang 3300 in high school, around 1975-1977. We had 4 terminals and a whopping 16K of memory in it. When I found the emulator, loaded x42 into BC, got BASIC running and typed in a little program, it brought me right back to those days - it's the WANG 3300 that started my interesting in computers and prrogramming! So glad someone put this site (and the emulator) together! jimlaing@me.com
Posted on May 24, 2013 - 09:51:59 PDT
Jim Battle writes...
Willy, please email me at the contact at the bottom of the page. I'd love to hear more. You might have the only 3300 in existence!
Posted on April 29, 2013 - 16:42:12 PDT
Willy SPREUTELS writes...
Have a 3300 and a double mini-cassette deck.
Teletype and paper tapes lost. Never used the mini-cassette unit..
3300 unit is working excepted one of front panel lamps.
Posted on April 29, 2013 - 16:10:18 PDT