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|10-03-2016 (2120 lectures)||Categoria: hp|
Like most pocket computers, the HP¬†95LX owner's manual is larger and heavier than the computer itself.
|Also known as||Jaguar|
|Units shipped||400,000 (estimated production run)|
|Operating system||Microsoft¬†MS-DOS 3.22|
|CPU||NEC V20 @ 5.37¬†MHz|
|Memory||512¬†KB (F1000A) or 1¬†MB (F1010A)|
|Removable storage||SRAM card (0.5MB - 32MB)|
|Display||16 x 40 characters LCD screen (4.8 in x 1.8 in)|
|Graphics||128 x 240 pixels(quarter-CGAresolution) monochrome STN , 2 scales|
|Sound||PC Speaker - Piezo|
|Input||Thumb keyboard w/80 keys & dedicated numeric keypad|
|Connectivity||RS-232-compatible¬†serial port, infrared port, PCMCIA 1.0 type II (3.3mm or 5mm)|
|Power||2x AA-size removable batteries, 1xCR2032 coin cell backup, optional AC adapter|
|Dimensions||Length 8.5cm, Width 15.9cm, Height 2.6cm (3.4 inches x 6.3 inches x 1 inch)|
The¬†HP¬†95LX (F1000A, F1010A), also known as project¬†Jaguar, was the first¬†MS-DOS pocket computer orpersonal digital assistant, introduced by¬†Hewlett-Packard in April 1991 in collaboration with¬†Lotus Development Corporation.
The HP¬†95LX had an¬†NEC V20 CPU (an¬†Intel 8088 clone running at 5.37¬†MHz) with an¬†Intel Corporation System on a chip (SoC) device. It cannot be considered completely PC-compatible because of its¬†quarter-CGA (MDA)resolution LCD screen. It ran¬†Microsoft's MS-DOS version¬†3.22 and had¬†Lotus 1-2-3 built in. Other software inread-only memory (ROM) included a calculator, an appointment calendar, a telecommunications program, and a simple text editor. It also included a¬†CR 2032 lithium¬†coin cell for memory backup when the two AA main batteries run out. For mass storage, the HP 95LX had a single¬†PCMCIA slot which could hold a static¬†RAM card (which had its own¬†CR 2025 back-up coin cell). An¬†RS-232-compatible¬†serial port was provided, as well as an infrared port for printing on compatible models of Hewlett Packard printers. In character mode, the display showed 16 lines of 40 characters and had no backlight.
It's never been easier to carry critical information with you, around the world or across the hall.¬†
In 1991, Hewlett-Packard and Lotus joined forces to bring you the world's leading PC application, Lotus 1-2-3, in a palmtop PC.¬†
In addition to having Lotus 1-2-3 (a text-based spreadsheet program) built-in, the HP-95LX also includes a calculator, an appointment calendar, a telecommunications program, and a simple text editor.¬†
The optional Connectivity Pack, which includes a serial cable and a software application, allows the HP95LX to exchange data with a desktop PC. You can create schedules, phone lists and memos on your desktop PC, then transfer them to your HP-95LX for use 'in the field'.¬†
The HP-95LX is a true palmtop - very tiny and light-weight, at 6.5 x 3.5 x 1 inches, weighing only 10 ounces. It was the most popular palmtop of its time, and is almost certainly the smallest MS-DOS computer ever.¬†
The¬†Atari Portfolio was realeased two years earlier, but it did not really run MS-DOS, it ran DIP-DOS, an MS-DOS clone OS.¬†
Running MS-DOS 3.3, the¬†Poqet PC was released in 1990, one year prior to the HP-95LX.¬†
The¬†Zeos Pocket PC was after the HP-95LX, in 1992. It is somewhat larger, and has Microsoft Works built in, instead of Lotus 1-2-3.¬†
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