Other fun PDP11's

The 11/10S. This was a 11/10 CPU (basic instruction set, no memory management; a low-end PDP11), with the interesting feature that you could disable the bus arbitor, and it became a DMA peripheral to another PDP11. In other words, a parallel processor. I have never seen this documented, but the boards were common enough as simple 11/10 processors.

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