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See below for specifications and information on this system.
Specifications and information
|Key Dates:||Announced February 1984
Discontinued April 1986
|CPU:||Intel 8088, 4.77 MHz|
|Memory:||256K, expandable to 640K; 40K ROM|
|Operating System:||IBM PC-DOS (Microsoft MS-DOS)|
|Input/Output:||Half-height 360K DSDD floppy disk drive (second drive optional); detachable 83-key keyboard on 30" coiled cable; built-in 9" amber monochrome CGA monitor; serial port|
|Bus:||IBM PC bus|
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The IBM Portable PC was literally that - a portable version of the IBM PC. It has the actual IBM PC motherboard housed in a luggable case with built-in monitor and floppy drives. It competed poorly with the Compaq which had been on the market a year before the Portable PC's launch. Despite the inevitable comparisons with the competition, the Portable PC is solidly built and has excellent display and keyboard quality.
It was discontinued simultaneously with the announcement of the IBM PC Convertible.
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