Browse products from year '1993' (5 found)

Psion Series 3A

Psion Series 3A

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Psion, 1993

PowerBook 145B

The PowerBook range offered users the Mac experience on the move, and was available from 1989 through to 1998 (with over 30 models being released during this period). The 145B was a relatively early model and was powered by a Motorola 68030 processor running at 25MHz, with 4MB of RAM, an 80MB ha... (read more)
Apple, 1993

Commodore Amiga CD32

Commodore Amiga CD32

The CD32 was essentially the popular Amiga computer system recast as a games console. The Amiga had always been popular amongst gamers, and the CD32 aimed to extend this further by following the emerging trend for CD-based storage (which had already been available on systems such as Sega's Mega ... (read more)
Commodore, 1993

Amstrad Notepad Computer NC200

Amstrad Notepad Computer NC200

Although retaining the Notepad name (following the NC100), the 128K NC200 is more akin to a laptop, with the flip-up screen doubling the size to 16 lines, and including an MS-DOS compatible 720K floppy drive for storage. It was also somewhat heavier to carry about, a factor further emphasised by... (read more)
Amstrad, 1993

MS DOS v6 Upgrade

MS DOS v6 Upgrade

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Microsoft, 1993