HP 360LX

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HP 360LX Palmtop PC 

Product Features:
Base Processor: Hitachi SH3 32-bit RISC CPU at 60 MHz
BUS Architecture: 16-bit
RAM: 8 MB RAM (HP 360LX)
ROM: Pre-installed software is stored in 10 MB ROM 
ROM is user-upgradeable and offers Fast Page Mode
Display: 640 x 240 pixels (1/2 VGA)
FSTN liquid crystal with four gray scales
Pen & Touch interface
White Backlight
Power: Two 1.5V AA batteries for primary power; alkaline or NiCd rechargeable
Battery life (alkaline) approximately 10 hours of normal use; two-minute warning for low AA batteries
One Lithium 3V CR2032 coin cell battery for use while changing AA batteries
Operating System: The HP 300 series will run a variety of Windows CE software:
All Windows CE software supports the HP 300 Series wide screen

Pre-installed Software: Software built into and executing from ROM:
Microsoft Windows CE 2.0 Operating System
Microsoft Pocket Word
Microsoft Pocket Excel
Microsoft Pocket PowerPoint
Microsoft Pocket Internet Explorer
Month View
6-month View
Calendar (appointments)
Contacts (phone numbers, addresses)
Tasks (to-dos)
Inbox (e-mail application)
World Clock
Basic calculator
Physical Dimensions: 18.3 x 9.4 x 2.9 centimeters (7.2 x 3.67 x 1.1 inches)
Weight 442 grams (15.6 ounces) with batteries

Our unit has the following reference numbers: F1238A and SGF74770924 and is complete with docking station and AC adaptor. It was very kindly donated by Robert Kay.

Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
Date: 1997

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH30941. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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