The ST-Pad was never released. According to Atari there are not enough people who want such a computer.
The computer used card-drives as peripherals similar to the PCMCIA-standard.
Some people might don't like the decision of Atari but it became later understandable since the pentops were not accepted by the users. Only the little PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants, e.g. Apple Newton) found enough buyers to survive.
CPU/Clock speed:68000/8 MHz - 16/32-Bit
RAM:1 (4 MB) MB
Display:eingeb. LCD-Display (640*400)
Resolution:640*400 2 colours
Sound:3 channel Mono (AY-3-8910)
Operating system:TOS 2.05 (mod.)
Languages:Basic, C, Pascal, ...
Interfaces:MIDI, RS232, 2*Joystick, Monitor, ROM-Port
Storage:Disk (eingeb. 3.5"" 720KB), Hard disk, CD-ROM
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