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FM 16 Pi

Laptop version of the FM 16 Beta

Contributors: Hisayuki Nomura

NAME  FM 16 Pi
TYPE  Portable
YEAR  1985
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Basic or Level II COBOL (Microfocus)
CPU  MBL8086L (8086 compatible)
RAM  128KB - 448KB (depending on models)
ROM  256KB for System Software, 256KB for Font
TEXT MODES  80x25 , 80x20 , 80x11 (ASCII), 40x25 , 40x20 , 40x11 (ASCII), 80x11 (KATAKANA) , 40x11 (KANJI)
SOUND  monophonic square wave sound in any frequency
SIZE / WEIGHT  297W x 210D x 76H mm / 2.9 Kg
I/O PORTS  3.5 inch FDD driver port, printer, RS-232C, barcode reader
BUILT IN MEDIA  Microcassette
OS  CP/M 86
POWER SUPPLY  NiCd battery , 8V AC Adapter
PERIPHERALS  3.5 inch FDD driver port, printer,RS-232C,barcode reader

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