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February 22, 1989

BRITISH OLIVETTI HAS THE M111

By CBR Staff Writer

Still no word on the M500 and M800 Micro Channel Architecture boxes, but British Olivetti Ltd has the M111, the first in its range of portable personal computers: the M111’s NEC V30 microprocessor runs at 10MHz, has 640Kb RAM and 64Kb ROM BIOS as standard, as well as serial, parallel and mouse interfaces, a slot for an optional 8087 co-processor, and a system memory that may be expanded to 1.6Mb using a 1Mb memory module; the M111 will be available in March in two configurations offering either twin 3.5 floppies or a single 3.5 floppy and a fast 20Mb hard disk.

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