Released in late 80s this computer was known as very light, and indeed its weight is smaller than similar Toshiba T1200 or Bondwell units. It has Intel 80C88 CPU and 640kB of RAM, two 720kB floppy disk drives and no expansion capabilities except "expansion connector" not soldered to mainboard. Its non-backlit LCD has only 80x25 text mode compatible with MDA (monochrome graphics card). It was a bit cheaper than similar units of known brands.
|Year of unit||1988|
|Year of introduction||1988?|
|CPU||Intel 80C88, 8MHz|
|Floppy Disk||2x 3.5", 720K|
|Graphics and display:||MDA, Monochrome non-backlit LCD.|
|Keyboard and pointing device:||Full-stroke PC keyboard without numeric part and most control keys (moved to second functions of other keys)|
1 - Ground
|I/O:|| - Serial port
- Parallel port
- DB9 video out
|Possible upgrades:||None known|
My unit has blown power supply unit, but it should just boot through simple BIOS from floppy.
[Update: 2017-02] Battery connector
Battery connector is 3-pin, in my unit it it was Power, GND, Power (Red-black-red) - so it's not easy to plug it wrong way, power wires are both soldered to + of the battery. The battery information is in the photo below: