The Felix PC was originally designed at the Polytechnical Institute of Bucharest, as a laboratory system, between 1983 and 1984. It was then taken by ICE Felix for mass production from 1985 to 1990.
First Felix PC models had a modular structures, with a 8 or 16-bit bus, depending on the microprocessor used, 8088 or 8086. The 32K video card allowed a RGBI monitor or a PAL or NTSC TV set to be connected. Later, the card was updated for CGA and EGA monitors.
Latest versions were close to the IBM PC features: 4.77 MHz 8088, 256 to 640 KB of RAM and an optional 20 MB hard disk.
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END OF PRODUCTION
BUILT IN LANGUAGE
Standard PC keyboard with 10 function keys and numeric keypad
8088 or 8086
5 then 4.77 MHz
Socket for the 8087 math coprocessor
256 to 640 KB
12 to 96 KB
40 or 80 columns x 25 rows
Monochrome Hercules or colour CGA or EGA video modes
Built-in 1 voice speaker
BUILT IN MEDIA
One or two 5.25'' 720 KB floppy drives. Optional 20 MB HDD