Halikan LA-30A Laptop Computer
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A 286 portable laptop similar to Toshiba 3200, but with backlit LCD instead of plasma and with battery pack, allowing it to work without power source for 1-1,5 hours (charging time: 3 hours when computer is off, 10 hours when on). It has ISA slots, but battery pack forced power supply to be external. It has 3.5-inch 1.44MB floppy disk drive and 40MB Conner hard disk. Graphics is also cheaper - Its CGA with Hercules compatibility, but LCD is not Hercules-compatible so only part of picture is displayed (Alt-left and right arrows scroll it).
Chaplet was a Taiwanese computer manufacturer bought in 1999 by Toshiba. They released few notebooks with 286 and 386. Their last notebooks had 486 processors.
The LA-30A uses an Intel 80286 clocked at 12 MHz. The processor cooperates with the RAM memory with a capacity of 1 MB. External memory is the floppy disk drive 3.5-inch on the possibility of writing 1.44 MB of data and hard drive with a 3.5-inch discs with a capacity of 42 MB. Time access to the data on the disk specified by the manufacturer is 20 ms. Floppy disk drive 3.5-inch is located on the right side wall of the computer. Next are derived sockets for serial interfaces and an external keyboard.
Further details at http://freegeekvancouver.blogspot.co.uk/2011/06/mystery-laptop.html
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