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Corel Netwinder Developement Machine DM

This machine started life as an administration machine before evolving into a Linux based computer.

becoming more internet based later on, it is one of the first machines to use the DEC/Intel StrongArm architecture.

The NetWinder Developement Machine (DM)  includes the NetWinder with keyboard, mouse, and stand. Documentation includes a small (12 pages) leaflet describing some basic information about the system, warranty, serial numbers, root password, and contact information.

The DM is aimed at the software designer and comes with a suite of development and programming tools. It is primarily for Corel NetWinder project developers.

Manufacturer: Corel
Date: 1998



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