Olivetti is known for the eccentricity of its early machines (M20, M24). The M10 is no exception. Altough very similar to the Tandy M100 family (Both come from Kyocera), some features are different. On the outside, there is the display, that can be set at an angle with the keyboard.
Just like its brothers, the M-10 was used a lot by reporters all around the world. This success was mainly due to its excellent keyboard and large battery autonomy.
The M-10 built-in software :
- An Extended Microsoft Basic
- A wordprocessor
- A small spreadsheet (adress files)
- An Agenda
- And a communication program.
Date: 1st January 1983
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