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NC 200

The NC200, was the last model of the NC series which was comprised of the NC 100 and NC 150.

It was a very much smarter, more professional design, with a larger fold-out screen - offering 80 columns by 16 lines - a built-in 3½ inch, 720 kilobyte floppy disk drive for storage, but at a heftier price tag of £329.

It also had a spreadsheet, which the NC100 did not, as well as twice as much built-in memory at 128 kilobytes.



I saved a few of these when they were chucked out from my secondary school a few years back. Did a great job for me as my first "laptop" - I remember using it on a Ferry to France plugged into the ship's mains :)

Saturday 17th March 2007
Gerrard Shaw (England)


NAME  NC 200
TYPE  Portable
ORIGIN  United Kingdom
YEAR  October 1993
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke 64 keys
CPU  Z80
SPEED  Unknown
CO-PROCESSOR  Custom all-in-one chip including the CPU, various I/O and memory management
RAM  128 KB
ROM  Unknown
TEXT MODES  80 char x 16 lines
GRAPHIC MODES  480 x 128 pixels
COLORS  bluish grey LCD
SOUND  Beeper
SIZE / WEIGHT  29,5(W) x 21.5(D) x 3.5(H) cm. / 1.280 Kg
I/O PORTS  Parallel Centronics, Serial RS-232
BUILT IN MEDIA  1 MB PCMCIA slot, 3.5'' 720 KB floppy disk drive
OS  BBC BASIC, word processor, diary, calculator, address book, spreadsheet, serial terminal, games in ROM
POWER SUPPLY  External 7.5V AC adaptor or 5 size C batteries
PRICE  £390



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