The Atari Portfolio is the smallest PC of the world. Its operating system DIP-DOS is compatible to MS-DOS 2.11 but much more comfortable. For example, the Portfolio asks for the language when it is first switched on. There is also a sleep mode activated by the new command 'off'. The integrated software is quite simple but functional: word processing, spread sheet (Lotus compatible), appointments book, address book and a calculator.
Chip-cards are used for storing data, they are available from 64 KB up to 256 KB. As an option, you can connect a 3,5" disk drive. Right now, the Portfolio can send faxes and can be speed up to 12 MHz.
CPU/Clock speed:80C88/4.9 MHz - 8-Bit
RAM:128 (640) KB
Display:eingeb. LCD-Display (s/w)
Sound:1 channel Mono
Operating system:DIP-DOS 2.11
Size (in mm):200*100*25
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