Compaq LTE Elite 4/40CX
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The Compaq LTE was a line of laptop computers made by Compaq, introduced in 1989. The first models, the Compaq LTE and the Compaq LTE 286, were among the first computers to be close to the size of a paper notebook, spurring the use of the term "notebook" to describe a smaller laptop. They were also among the first to include both built-in hard disk and floppy disk drives, offering performance comparable to then-current desktop machines.
The LTE Elite series had an easily removable hard drive for data security purposes.
The 4/40CX model features the Intel 486 DX2 processor, which runs at 40 MHz. It has an 8.4-inch colour TFT LCD display with 640x480 resolution.
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