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See below for specifications and information on this system.
Specifications and information
|CPU:||Hitachi 6301, .614 MHz|
|Memory:||16K RAM; 32K ROM|
|Display:||20 character by 4 lines; 120x32 graphics, monochrome LCD display|
|Input/Output:||Built-in thermal printer; built-in microcassette drive; serial port; external tape drive port; bar code reader port|
|Other Items in Collection:||Carrying case, power supply|
The Epson HX-20 was probably the world's first "notebook" computer, and was referred to as such by Byte Magazine when they first saw the unit at a trade show.
The HX-20 was followed by the PX-8, which has a larger display and runs CP/M.
Epson HX-20 Carrying Case, high-impact plastic:
Epson HX-20 Advertisements
Here are some classic advertisements from Epson. Click a thumbnail to see a larger version of the picture.
|"Which do you think is the more sophisticated computer?" queries Epson in this funny magazine ad for the HX-20, circa 1982.|
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