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LTM Portable

The LTM Portable is a 'luggable' BBC Master, with built-in monochrome CRT monitor and dual disk drives. It runs off mains power.

Kindly donated by Chris Whytehead - further details, including photographs of the internals, are available here.

Manufacturer: LTM
Date: 1986



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LTM Portable Manuals:

Item Manufacturer Date
Philips VP415 LaserVision ROM Disc Drive Operating Instructions Philips Unknown
Acornsoft VIEW Guide Acornsoft 1984
Acornsoft Into VIEW An introduction to word processing on the BBC Micro Acornsoft 1984
Siville Netherhall School 1987
The Design Disc Manual Netherhall School 1988
Acorn - Master 512 - Technical Information and Monitor Documentation Acorn Computers 8 Aug 1989

Magazines RELATED to LTM Portable in our Library

Item Manufacturer Date
Personal Computer World - March 1986 Mar 1986
University of Cambridge Computing Service March 1986 Newsletter 124 Mar 1986
The Micro User - March 1986 - Vol 4 No 1 Database Publications Ltd Mar 1986
Practical Computing - April 1986 Apr 1986
The Micro User - October 1986 - Vol 4 No 8 Database Publications Ltd Oct 1986
Acorn User - May 1990 3 Jun 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH35252. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

LTM Portable

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  Games Archive   [51]
  Software Archive   [26]
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