Portfolio

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Atari Porfolio

The Portfolio was one of the first MSDOS compatible pocket computer. It was fully compatible with the IBM PC standard, and come with several buildin programs.

Specification

Processor:

  • 0C88, 4.9152 MHz Clock Speed

Memory:

  • 128KB internal RAM
  • 256KB ROM contains applications software

Dimensions

  • 200 x 100 x 28 mm (LxWxD)

Weighs

  • less than 1lb (454g) excluding batteries

Display

  • High contrast Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) 240 x 64 graphics screen or 40 characters X 8 lines
  • Monochrome (MDA) emulation

Keyboard

  • Keyboard 63 keys, QWERTY layout
  • Hot-key access to built-in applications

Input/Output

  • Memory card slot with optional PCMCIA adaptor
  • 60-pin expansion BUS for optional peripherals
  • Built-in speaker with tone dialling (DTMF)

Power

  • 3 x AA size removable alkaline batteries (Memory preserved during battery changes)
  • Optional AC mains adaptor

Built-in programs :

  • Worksheet: Lotus 1-2-3 File-compatible spreadsheet
  • Text editor with basic word processing funtions
  • Calculator with five memories, four number formats and editable "tape" of calculations
  • Address book with virtually unlimited name and address storage and automatic phone dialing
  • Personal calendar/appointment book with programmable alarms
  • File transfer to upload and download files from compatible PC using optional Smart Parallel Interface
  • Clipboard to move or copy data within a file or between files or programs
  • An operating system similar to MS-DOS 2.11

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