The notebook product ANB 386SX20 which retailed at £1,699 and was launched in September 1991
The ANB is based on the Intel 80386SX processor and has a memory size of 640 kilobytes RAM and another 384 kilobytes 'shadow' memory used to store the BIOS parameters and video memory tasks during operation, which will speed up the performance.
The addition 40 in the model designation is not, as you would expect, related to the clock speed of the processor but refers to the size of the hard disc fitted (40 megabytes).
Date: September 1991
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