The Victor Vicki is a portable computer from Victor technologies. The 'Vicki' name was twice used by Victor, for this machine and for a later desktop model.
The Vicki, like many 'luggable' computers of the period, is the size of a small suitcase and can is mains-powered only.
It used an Intel 8086 CPU, running at 4,77/7,16 MHz, and featured 256kb of RAM and twin 5.25" floppy disk drives.
Manufacturer: Victor Technologies Inc
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