IBM ThinkPad 755CEX
IBM introduced the ThinkPad line in 1992. The name "ThinkPad" had roots in IBM's corporate history and culture. Thomas J. Watson, Sr., had first introduced "THINK!" as an IBM slogan in the 1920s. For decades IBM distributed small notepads with the word "THINK" emblazoned on a brown leatherette cover to customers and employees. The name ThinkPad was suggested by IBM employee Denny Wainwright, who had a "THINK" notepad in his pocket.
* Intel 486DX4 100MHz CPU
* WD90C24 video controller with 1MB
* 10.4" TFT display with 640x480 resolution
* 8MB memory standard
* 340, 540 or 810MB HDD
* IBM Mwave Audio and Modem controller
* IrDA 1.0
* UltraBay with 1.44MB FDD
* PCMCIA slot
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