Browse products from year '1988' (5 found)

Cambridge Computer Z88

Cambridge Computer Z88

Brainchild of British personal computing pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair, the Z88 was produced by his new company Cambridge Computer Ltd after Sinclair Research was sold to Amstrad in 1986. The Z88 saw a return to Sinclair's use of the Z80 CPU, and the return of the rubber keyboard. In this case, how... (read more)
Cambridge, 1988

Amstrad PPC 512

Amstrad PPC 512

Having led the way with budget IBM-compatible systems on the desktop, the PPC 512 (and an accompanying release, the PPC 640) was Amstrad's first attempt to do the same thing for portable personal computing. The systems came with 512K and 640K RAM respectively, and used an 8086-compatible NEC V30... (read more)
Amstrad, 1988

Amstrad ALT-386SX

Amstrad ALT-386SX

As the name suggests, the ALT-386SX is based on the Intel 80386SX (a version of the CPU without the mathematical coprocessor built-in), clocked at 16 megahertz. The system had 4MB of RAM and an 80MB hard disk, and a monochrome display supporting VGA graphics. While the design is now more remini... (read more)
Amstrad, 1988

Novell Netware v2.15

Novell Netware v2.15

TBC (read more)
Novell, 1988

dBASE IV

dBASE IV

TBC (read more)
Ashton Tate, 1988