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Sord
IS-11c

This is an upgraded version of the original IS-11 computer. Basically, it has a much wider LCD screen (80 x 25), which means it's 6 times larger than the original IS-11 screen.

The IS-11c is more wordprocessor and communication oriented than the IS-11, that's why wordprocessing and communication software are included, as welle as a Modem.
The DB-PIPS package (spreadhseet, graphics, file manager) delivered with the IS-11 is there available on a ROM cartridge.

The RAM is also bigger : 80kb instead of 32kb for the original IS-11.

The microcassette recorder still acts as virtual disk-drive (indexed access) and one tape can old as much as 128kb.


 

If someone owns the laptop let me know. Laptop needed for the museum of computer technology. leskovezATmail.ru

          
Sunday 30th March 2014
leskovez (Russia)

 

NAME  IS-11c
MANUFACTURER  Sord
TYPE  Portable
ORIGIN  Japan
YEAR  1985
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Spreadsheet, Wordprocessor, Communication software
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard, QWERTY/AZERTY, 72 keys, 4 arrow keys, 6 function keys
CPU  Zilog Z80A CMOS
SPEED  3,4 Mhz
RAM  80kb (max. 144kb)
ROM  72kb (max.128kb via ROM cartridges)
TEXT MODES  80 x 25
GRAPHIC MODES  640 x 200
COLORS  No, monochrom LCD display (greenish)
SOUND  Beeper ?
SIZE / WEIGHT  300 x 215 x 85 mm / 3Kg
I/O PORTS  RS232, Centronics, Barcode reader, two expansion ports, serial I/O for disks
BUILT IN MEDIA  Microcassette recorder built-in (128kb)
POWER SUPPLY  External PSU (12v DC) or internal Ni-Cd batteries (3h autonomy)
PERIPHERALS  Numeric keypad, thermal printer, barecode reader, 3,5'' disk-drive
PRICE  1990 (France, july 1985)




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