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16.5V DC In.
|Production year: 1989||OS: DOS|
|Type: Portable||Speed: 16MHz||RAM: 1MB|
|Display: Internal LCD|
Siemens Nixdorf 8810/16
Siemens calls this a 'Laptop computer, but I'll call it a portable... Also, it is also marked with 'PC17' on the bottom.
On the rear ther's a VGA-connector, an EXT.FDD connector, a long expansion bus, Printer port and a serial port. There's also cutouts for where an internal modem belongs.
If you look at the edge of the plastic above the connectors, there's two pieces that can be slid downwards. Thn you slide the entire top piece back to reveal the battery pack.
This machine was once marked with 'Adult education, Engineers regiment' on the bottom.
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