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Apple Newton MessagePad 120
Apple, 1994
CPU: ARM 610 (20 MHz)
Memory: 4MB (OS 1.3) or 8MB (OS 2.0) ROM, 687kB RAM, 0.5 or 1.5MB flash memory
Display: 320 x 240 (B&W)
The Newton was pre-loaded with a variety of software to aid in personal data organization and management. This included sch pplications as Notes, Names ans Dates, as well as a variety of productivity tools such as a calculator, conversion calculators (metric conversions, currency conversions, etc), time-zone maps, etc.
The Newton OW consists of three layers. At the lowest level. A microkernel handles resources like tasks and memory. On top of the microkernel. The bulk of the operating system is implemented in C++, including the communications layer. Handwriting recognition and the Newton Script environment. The top layer consists of built-in and user installed applications written in NewtonScript. Exhibit on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3yTj4vZSi8