|Here we see both the 3.5" Floppy-drive and the memory-card slot.|
The last of the NC series Notebook Computers from Amstrad, and while a simple machine even by that time's standard, it still does what it was supposed to; enabling a computer-novice in writing documents.
5 x 1.5V C-size cells
1 x CR2032 Backup cell
|Production year: 1993||OS: CP/M|
|Type: Laptop||Processor: Z80|
|RAM: 128KB||Display: Internal LCD||Resolution: 480x128pixels|
The biggest difference between this one and the previous models is the double-height screen(compared to earlier models) and that this one also has a 3.5" DS/DD (720KB) DOS-compatible floppy-drive built-in.
Tim's Amstrad NC Users' Site
A definite must to visit if you want files or info on these computers.
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