The Toshiba Satellite is a line of consumer-grade notebook computers marketed by Toshiba. Models in the Satellite family vary
"The Satellite Pro 420CDS and 420CDT - come complete with a 100 MHz Pentium processor and Intel's tried and tested `Voltage Reduction Technology`. A the sound of the starter's gun, our notebooks' high-speed EDO RAM (8 MB expandable up to 40 MB) kicks into life with breathtaking pace:an access time of just 60 nano seconds!
For superb multimedia quality, a 6-speed CD-ROM drive is a must. And what's more, on the Satellite Pro, the CD-ROM dive can be swapped with a floppy disk drive (which comes included), for versatility too. But don't just take our word for it. The proof is crystal clear, on the Satellite Pro 420CD's 11.3 inch colour screens. Multimedia presentations at their very best. The DSTN screen on the Satellite Pro 420CDS is capable of a resolution of 800 x 600 with 256 colours. And on the Satellite Pro 420CDT, the TFT colour screen shows an amazing 65,536 colours, also with a resolution of 800 x 600."
Processor 2,9 V Intel Pentium 100 MHz / SL Enh
Display SVGA, Colour 11,3" 800 x 600 STN LCD
Memory 8 - 40 MB EDO RAM
Diskette drive/CD-ROM 5.25" 6-speed CD-ROM Internal , swappable 1.44 MB diskette drive
Keyboard 84 keys, 12 function keys 8 cursor keys, Hot keys MousePoint
Interfaces Serial, Parallel(ECP) ext. FDD, Serial Infrared, ext.monitor, PS/2 mouse or PS/2 keyboard
2 x PC Card, Card Station, ZV Port
Size and Weight
(WxDxH) 299 x 235 x 55 mm 3.2 kg with integrated AC adaptor
Battery Lithium-ion battery. Up to 4.0 hours
Warranty 3 Year International Warranty
Sound System 16-bit Sound Blaster Pro type, built-in microphone/ speaker, ext. audio ports
Our machine: 420 CDS/810 has a model number of PA1255E YVCD and a serial number of 08619438. It is complete with the User's Manul, Power Supply, Cables and external 3.5" DRive and a soft case.
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