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The third variant to be released within Psion's popular Series 3 range, which began in 1991, the 3c displayed here is a 1MB device running an NEC V30H processor at 7.68MHz. One of the notable advantages of the device was the long life (20-35 hours) that it was able to squeeze out of two AA batteries. Like its predecessors, the 3 and the 3a (there was no 3b), the device hosted a variety of built-in applications including wordprocessor, spreadsheet, database manager, and agenda. The OPL (Organiser Programming Language) from Psion's earlier Organiser range was also included.
Psion, 1996

Donated/on loan from: Mr Bob Bray, Plymouth University

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