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LX1 Liaison Wotan

A Liaison Wotan LX1 Computer made by European Data Systems 1995

It is army green colour and metal cased. Very heavy duty system!

It has  detachable keyboard with inbuilt trackball. There is a security seal on the keyboard with 'Iarrcis Tempest Seal' and another label on it with 'Keyoard Data Entry, Iarrcis, European Data Systems LXI'. The keyboard has a good quality feel to it as you might expect.

The screen is a 10" LCD screen and next to the screen are LED's for Power, DC Good, Low Battery, SCSI HDD. The screen hinge mechanism has to be seen to be believed, you will NEVER EVER break it !!!

The front panel hides a hard drive bay, a 3.5" floppy drive, a PCMCIA card slot and an elapsed time indicator.

Behind the right hand side panel there's a 24V NiMh battery and what could be a keyboard and PS/2 connector.

On the back there's a mains input connector (an unusual hi-spec miltary connector), DC 24-32v In (again, a strange military connector), A Sync Data connector, A Fibre Optic LAN connector, a SCSI connector, standard printer port, serial COM2 port, and a standard Ext VGA connector.

Manufacturer: European Data Systems
Date: 1995

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3927. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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