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Amstrad PPC512
Amstrad, 1988
CPU: 8088 @ 4.77 MHz
Memory: 512kb RAM
Operating system: MS-DOS 3.3
Drives: one or two 720k 3.5" floppy drives
With the Amstrad PPC-512 and 640, Amstrad wanted to make the cheapest portable PC compatible computer, in the same way as the Amstrad PC1512 was for desktop computers. But the computer suffered due to its poor 9" LCD screen. It had one or two 3.5" 720 KB floppy drives and some versions could also be found with a 10 or 20 MB internal hard disk.
You could connect a monochrome or CGA monitor to the PPC at home. The Amstrad CPC series monitors could be used too