Amstrad PPC 640D

Amstrad introduced the PPC-640 in 1988 as a low-cost IBM-compatible portable. It weighed 22lbs. It ran on ten C batteries or mains power and offered a 320x200 flip-up monochrome screen.
 
The CPU was an Intel 8088, clocked at 4.77 MHz. It came with a "full" 640K of memory and included a 2400 bps modem.
 
  • 8088 CPU @ 4.77 MHz
  • 2 - 720K FDD
  • 640K RAM
  • LCD Screen with MGA/CGA video connector. Optional external monitor available gets DC power supply from computer. Or you can use a regular Mono or CGA monitor and control video mode with built in DIP switch.
  • 101 key keyboard
  • 2 Serial Ports
  • 1 Parallel Port
  • Real time clock
  • Uses 10 "C" batteries or 12 volt AC adapter
  • Internal 2400 baud Modem w/standard telephone connection.
  • Software supplied with computer: MS-DOS 3.3 w/special Amstrad functions CrossTalk Mirror 11
  • Weight with carrying case, manuals, power supply and OEM disks is 22 lbs.
 
Complete with manuals, software and carrying case

Manufacturer: Amstrad
Date: 1988

Magazines RELATED to Amstrad PPC 640D in our Library

Item Manufacturer Date
Personal Computer World - February 1988 01-02-1988
Byte October 1988 October 1988

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH1113. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

Amstrad PPC 640D


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