IBM Portable Personal Computer

From: Mike Allison <>
Date: Mon Jan 26 21:54:25 1998

But COMPAQ's was first....

Anyone remember the one on display in the Seattle ferry terminal? Just
there in that display, man I had to have one.

Finally got one about 10 years later for 50 bucks.... the power supply
was shot and a replacement, then, was about 250. Finally junqued it...


Uncle Roger wrote:
> >512K). [Hey Roger, it's got a handle!] I was also able to find the
> Yep, it was (kinda) a clone of the Compaq (which was, of course, and IBM
> PC clone...)
> >QUESTION: Does anyone know how many of these were produced?
> According to Haddock: "Was in production by 1984, and was withdrawn on
> April 2, 1986. Not many of these machines were made."
> Also: "This portable had eight expansion slots and used an XT motherboard."
> --------------------------------------------------------------------- O-
> Uncle Roger "There is pleasure pure in being mad
> that none but madmen know."
> Roger Louis Sinasohn & Associates
> San Francisco, California
Received on Mon Jan 26 1998 - 21:54:25 GMT

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