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A 10

The OKI A10 series was comprised of Intel based computers holding either 80286 or 80386 CPU (model 10/30/50/60) or an 80486 (model 70). They ran MS-DOS and specific Office Automation software.

All models supported TCP/IP and 10Base2 networks. They could be used as servers or work stations for the Oki A100 series of computers and network servers.

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NAME  A 10
MANUFACTURER  OKI
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  Japan
YEAR  1989
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  None
CPU  80286, 386, 486
SPEED  Unknown
RAM  From 4 to 20 MB
TEXT MODES  80 columns x 24 lines
BUILT IN MEDIA  1 or 2 5''1/4 or 8'' FDD
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in auto switch on PSU
PERIPHERALS  1 to 7 130 to 270 MB HDD


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