After the success of the Stacy, Atari presented a new portable computer: the ST Book.
It was a rather nice toy: very light, impressive battery life, MIDI ports, battery-saved RAM, etc.
The Hard Disk contains a small Null-Modem program to transfer files (very handy!). It has no internal floppy drive, the external floppy was a weird (and expensive!) unit that used the same interface as Atari's hard disks (ACSI).
Despite its interesting characteristics, and because of the deplorable commercial policy of Atari (I KNOW NUTTZING!), it had no success and only about one thousand units were sold in Europe.
A word of warning: The cases & screen on this computer are VERY FRAGILE! Whatever you do, do not drop this computer, as it probably will shatter!
full stroke keyboard
Motorola MC 68000
1 or 4 MB (no extension)
40 x 25 / 80 x 25
640 x 400
monochrome LCD display
three channels, 8 octaves
Centronics, RS232c, Floppy Disk, internal IDE Hard disk, Midi In/Out, Dock Station connector