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Zenith TurboSport 386

Weighing only 26 pounds, the Zenith TurboSport 386 was one of the the first true battery-powered portables - as opposed to the 'luggable' systems that still required mains power. The keyboard is detachable. An Expansion Bus unit was available, allowing up to three 8-bit ISA cards to be attached. This unit required a separate mains supply.

Manufacturer: Zenith Data Systems
Date: 1988



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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH37545. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

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