Epson Equity LT

 Home > Browse Our Collection > Computers > Epson > Epson Equity LT

The Epson Equity LT weighs in at only 14.3 pounds, with the hard drive and super-twisted backlit LCD.  Parallel and serial (9-pin) ports are standard, as is the colour monitor port.  Two option slots house the hard drive and optional 300/1200 baud modem card.

Measurements are 12.2" deep by 13.6" wide by 3.2" high.  Standard RAM is 640K; ROM is 16K.  Epson uses the V30 microprocessor, with dual speed of 4.77 or 10 MHz.  The review unit came with one 3 1/2" floppy and the 20 MB hard disk.There's a real-time clock/calendar, and a 50-byte CMOS RAM for configuration purposes.  The LT runs on a 100/120 VAC, 200/240 VAC power supply (and battery charger), or 9.6 NiCad rechargeable battery pack.

The Epson came with MS-DOS 3.2, GW-BASIC, and a utilities disk, along with their usual excellent manuals. Although the keyboard has a soft, non-tactile touch, it was easy to type on nevertheless.  The function keys are on top, and a standard numeric keypad is included in the 85 keys.

Manufacturer: Epson
Date: 1989

Comment on This Page

Epson Equity LT Manuals:

Item Manufacturer Date
Epson Equity LT Users Guide Epson Jun 1989
Epson Equity LT GW-BASIC 3.20 Epson Aug 1989

Magazines RELATED to Epson Equity LT in our Library

Item Manufacturer Date
Byte October 1988 Oct 1988

Other Systems Related To Epson Equity LT:

Item Manufacturer Date
Epson HX-20 Epson November 1981
Epson Executive HX-20 Epson 1982
Epson HX-20 with Hard Case Epson November 1982
Epson QX-10 Epson 1983
Epson PX-8 Epson 1984
Telsoft Epson PX-8 Computer + Epson P80-X Printer in Samsonite Case Telsoft Epson 1984
Epson PX-4 Epson 1985
Epson PX-4B Epson 1985
Epson HC-20 (HX-21-UA) Epson 19th May 1986
Epson PC-Portable Q150A Epson 1989
Epson PC Club PC-286C Epson 1990

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH31220. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


Epson Equity LT

  Software Archive   [3]

Click on the Image(s) For Detail


Help support the museum by buying from the museum shop

View all items

Founding Sponsors
redgate Google ARM Real VNC Microsoft Research
Heritage Lottery Funded
Heritage Lottery Fund
Accredited Museum