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CF-41 Personal Computer

The Panasonic Laptop Personal Computer CF-41 Mk II has a Pentium 75 MHz processor, a 680MB hard drive and 4MB RAM.

The first of the CF-41 series was introduced in 1994 and equipped with the Intel 486DX50 processor and 8 Mb RAM. This model was probably produced in 1995.

It is quite unique in that the keyboard hinges up to give top access to the CD-ROM drive.

Our unit is in excellent condition with a model number of CF-41PT64FAE, a serial number of 51KSE20Z81 and was kindly donated by Mark Cook. This is complete with manuals, software and soft case.

Manufacturer: Panasonic
Date: 1995

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4932. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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