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Kyocera Refalo KX-1601

The Kyocera Refalo is a personal organiser shaped like a Filofax. It can hold standard Filofax pages. The 240x320 greyscale screen is touch-sensitive. Handwriting recognition can be used to enter text; alternatively a keyboard 'page' can be inserted into the binder and is powered through induction.

The processor is an NEC V30 and runs an MS-DOS variant. There are two PCMCIA slots available as well as an RS-232 jack and speaker output.

The Refalo was only sold in Japan. Ours is with the manual and a Kyocera catalogue.

Kindly donated by Mik Lamming.

Manufacturer: Kyocera
Date: 1991

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