Sharp PC-3100

The Sharp PC-3100 was a palmtop personal computer that originally ran on Microsoft DOS 3.3.

The PC-3100 was the successor to the PC-3000, the only difference being that the PC-3100 came with 2 MB of RAM, rather than 1 MB. The PC-3000/3100 is the technological successor of the Atari Portfolio, the world's first palmtop computer. Both the Sharp PC-3000 series and the Portfolio were developed by DIP Research.

Manufacturer: Sharp
Date: 1992

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH50699. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

Sharp PC-3100


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