IBM Palm Top PC110

Only released and supported in Japan, the IBM Palm Top PC110 was one of the smallest colour notebook computers of its time. Unlike many other palmtop computers, it was capable of running full desktop operating systems such as Windows 95 and OS/2 Warp.

CPU: 80486SL @ 33MHz (low power without FPU)
Graphics: Chips & Technologies 65535 Accelerator, 512KB Video RAM
Display: 256 Color 4,7" DSTN LCD 640x480
Memory (RAM): 4MB base RAM, extendable up to 20MB
ROM (Software): 4MB Flash based SSD
I/O ports: RS232 Serial, 2 x PCMCIA Type II slot (Or use as 1 x PCMCIA Type III), 2400/9600 fax modem, PS/2, IRDA 1.0, Earphone sockets, Port replicator socket
Sound: ESS488 Sound system (Sound Blaster Compatible)
Operating System: MS-DOS 7.0J (Japanese)
Size: 158x116x36mm
Powered by: Rechargeable camcorder battery (Sony NP550 compatible) or AC adaptor (included)
Weight: 715 gram including battery and PCMCIA Type III HDD
Released: September 1995
Originally retailed for 169,000 Yen (Most basic model) to 289,000 Yen (8MB RAM with PCMCIA HDD)

Date: September 1995

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH43275. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


IBM Palm Top PC110

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