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Parallel Bus Interface

The Parallel Bus Interface, or PBI, is a 50-pin port found on some Atari 8-bit XL computers. It provides unbuffered, direct connection to the system bus lines, running at the same speed as the 6502 CPU. The 600XL and 800XL computers, along with t ...

                                               

Acer Aspire 8920

The Acer Aspire 8920 is a series of notebooks released in 2008 Q1 by Acer Inc. and it was a part of the Gemstone series. It is the first 18.4 inch screen notebook created by Acer, and it is part of the Desktop replacement computer category. The l ...

                                               

Acer Extensa

Acer Extensa series is a line of Acer laptops designed for office and business users. Its competitors include the Dell Vostro and Latitude lines and Lenovo ThinkPad laptops. The Extensa series includes several notebooks with different design, per ...

                                               

Compaq Presario 700

                                               

Compaq Presario F700

                                               

Compaq Presario V3000

                                               

Compaq TC1000

The TC1000 is a laplet designed by Compaq, before it was purchased by HP. It used the Transmeta Crusoe processor. Unlike many other tablet PCs of its time, the display is fully detachable from the keyboard. The product was developed and manufactu ...

                                               

Dell 320SLi

                                               

Dell Inspiron 1764

The Dell 1764 is a laptop computer designed by Dell. At the time of its introduction, it was noted for a fast processor and good sound, a medium hard disk drive and a release price of 679 USD.

                                               

Dell 320SLi

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Dell Inspiron 1525

The Inspiron 1525 is a laptop designed and distributed by Dell as part of their Inspiron range. There is also an AMD variant known as the Inspiron 1526. The laptop is the successor to the Inspiron 1520, and was released in January, 2008. This com ...

                                               

Dell Inspiron E1405

The Dell Inspiron E1405 is a portable laptop computer manufactured by Dell Inc. featuring a 14.1 inch display in a 1.5 x 13 x 9.6 inch 5.3 pound clamshell case. This model was also marketed under the name Dell Inspiron 640m.

                                               

HP Pavilion dv 1658

The HP Pavilion dv1658 is a laptop by HP released in 2006 by Altec Lansing or Harman Kardon, with optional webcam and microphone and speakers. The recommended operating system for this laptop is Windows XP. The CPU is an Intel Centrino Pentium M ...

                                               

HP Pavilion dv4

The HP Pavilion dv4 is a model series of laptop/mobile computers manufactured by Hewlett-Packard Company that features a 14.1" diagonal display. The HP Pavilion dv5 features a 15.4" and the HP Pavilion dv7 a 17" display.

                                               

HP Pavilion dv5

The HP Pavilion dv5 was a model series of laptop/mobile computers manufactured by Hewlett-Packard Company that features a 15.4" diagonal display. The HP Pavilion dv4 features a 14.1" and the HP Pavilion dv7 a 17" display. The dv5 series has been ...

                                               

HP Pavilion dv7

The HP Pavilion dv7 was a model series of laptop/mobile Pavilion branded computers manufactured by Hewlett-Packard from 2008 that featured a 17.3" diagonal display. The HP Pavilion dv4 featured a 14.1" and the HP Pavilion dv5 a 15.4" display. The ...

                                               

HP Pavilion dv2000

dv2700se Special Edition - Features the Verve Imprint finish dv24xx - Uses AMD Processors dv2500z - Uses An AMD Processor dv2700bw Broadband Wireless Series - Includes a built in WWAN card dv2800ae Artist Edition - Features the Artist Edition Imp ...

                                               

HP Pavilion dv9700t

The HP Pavilion dv9700t is a model series of laptop/mobile computers manufactured by Hewlett-Packard Company featuring a 17.0 inch display and an Intel Crestline PM965 motherboard mounted in a clamshell-type case. This model was released in Janua ...

                                               

MacBook

                                               

PowerBook

                                               

Astone UMPC

Astone UMPC is a mini notebook manufactured by Astone and based in VIA NanoBook. It has a 7-inch LCD touch screen powered by a 1.2 GHz VIA C7-M processor. The module bay on the right side of the screen allows expansion with optional components su ...

                                               

Elonex ONE

The Elonex ONE is a netbook computer marketed to the education sector by Elonex. The ONEs operating system is called Linos, based on Linux kernel 2.6.21, has Wi-Fi connectivity, Ethernet networking, a solid-state hard drive, two USB ports and wei ...

                                               

Vaio VGN-TX2

The Vaio VGN-TX2 stands out by its quiet operation, long battery life and low weight compared to similar models from other manufacturers. This required a low-power processor to be chosen, and as a result, the clock speed remained at 1.1 GHz for t ...

                                               

Sony Vaio 505 series

The Sony Vaio 505 series was a line of ultraportable notebook computers from Sonys VAIO brand. The introduction date in the United States was July 24, 1998. Hardware specifications at introduction were a 200 MHz $2000 or 266 MHz $2700 Pentium MMX ...

                                               

Sony Vaio 700 series

The Sony Vaio 700 series were Sonys first Vaio branded laptops, starting with the 705 and 707 models, launched in Japan on July 1, 1997, and subsequently in the United States. The 700 series featured removable 3.5" floppy disk drive, removable 14 ...

                                               

Sony Vaio 800 series

The lineup featured a 13.3" 1024x768 LCD screen that fit into the same weight and thickness as the companys 700 series, which had a smaller 12.1" screen 2.4 kg without optical drive or floppy drive, 2.7 kg with optical drive. Like the 700 series, ...

                                               

Sony Vaio A series

The Sony Vaio A series was a range of multimedia notebook computers from Sony introduced in May 2004, featuring a 17" 16:10 widescreen LCD screen with 1920x1200 resolution. It was replaced by the AX series. All models used the Intel Pentium M pro ...

                                               

Sony Vaio AR series

Sony VAIO AR series was a range of high-end multimedia notebook computers from Sony introduced in June 2006 as the first laptop with integrated Blu-ray drive. It replaced the AX Series. It featured a 17" 16:10 widescreen LCD screen, with choice o ...

                                               

Sony Vaio AW series

The Vaio AW series is a discontinued range of high-end multimedia laptop computers from Sony introduced in September 2008, replacing the AR Series. They feature an 18.4" 16:9 screen with 1680x945 or LED-backlit 1920x1080 screen, NVidia GeForce 93 ...

                                               

Sony Vaio AX series

The Vaio AX series was a range of multimedia notebook computers from Sony introduced in October 2005 running Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005. It replaced the A Series. It featured a 17" 16:10 widescreen LCD screen with 1440x900 resolution. I ...

                                               

Sony Vaio C series

The Sony Vaio C Series is a discontinued series of notebook computers from Sony introduced in September 2006 as the consumer alternative follow-up to the then current SZ series. Like the SZ, the C featured a 1280x800 13.3" LCD screen, plus Core 2 ...

                                               

Sony Vaio C1 series

The Vaio C1 PictureBook series is a series of subnotebooks from Sonys Vaio brand, branded Picturebook for its webcam and video capture capabilities. It was first released on September 19, 1998, in Japan only. The first model, the PCG-C1, featured ...

                                               

Sony Vaio E series

The Sony Vaio E series is a range of consumer-grade laptops manufactured by Sony since 2010. The 14 and 15" laptops are configurable in a choice of bright colors: Passion Purple, Iridescent Blue, Caribbean Green, Coconut White, Hibiscus Pink, Lav ...

                                               

Sony Vaio F series

The Vaio F series is Sonys current multimedia and gaming orientated laptop. Launched in January 2010, it replaced the Sony Vaio FW series. Like the preceding model, it features a 16.4" screen, but with Full HD 1920x1080 resolution, 240 Hz refresh ...

                                               

Sony Vaio FE series

Sony Vaio FE series started in 2006 with the FE11 and ends in 2007 with the FE41. The FE series was designed as an entertainment notebook that is suitably portable. The FE series includes FE11, FE21, FE28, FE31, FE41 and FE48 models. They possess ...

                                               

Sony Vaio FJ

The Sony Vaio FJ series is a 14.1 inch notebook designed for Windows XP and the FJ270, FJ290, FJ330,FJ370 models in particular, are designed for Windows Vista. The FJ Series uses only the Pentium M processors using the Sonoma platform of Intel Ce ...

                                               

Sony Vaio G series

The Sony Vaio G series was a range of ultraportable subnotebook computers launched in 2007 with a 12.1" display. Launch specs were a 1024x768 12.1" screen, Windows Vista, Intel Core Solo low-voltage U1500 1.33 GHz CPU, Intel GMA 950 graphics, 1GB ...

                                               

Sony Vaio S series

The Vaio S series was a line of notebook computers from Sony introduced in summer 2004. They have been touted as business laptops, and their designs have focused on being thin and light. They also have features friendly to businesspeople, such as ...

                                               

Sony Vaio FS series

The Sony Vaio FS series is a discontinued range of laptops sold by Sony. It was launched in January 2005 and featured an Intel Pentium M at 1.6 or 1.73 GHz with 512 MB of RAM and Intel GMA 900 or nVidia Geforce 6200 graphics. The screen was a 15. ...

                                               

Sony Vaio FZ series

The Sony Vaio FZ series is a discontinued model of laptop sold by Sony in 2007. It replaced the Sony Vaio FE series, featuring Intel Core 2 Duo rather than Core Duo CPU, and other improvements. It was criticised for the low-resolution 1280x800 15 ...

                                               

Sony Vaio SR series

The Sony Vaio SR series was a line of consumer-grade notebook computers from Sony introduced in July/August 2008 to replace the Sony Vaio C series range, as a part of the Intel Centrino 2 launch. They are equipped with a 13.3" screen and weigh ap ...

                                               

Sony Vaio SZ series

The SZ is a discontinued series of notebook computers from Sony introduced in mid-2006 to replace the S series. They fall into the ultraportable notebook class, with a 13.3" 16:10 ratio 1280x800 screen, and a weight from 1.69kg for the top model, ...

                                               

Sony Vaio TT series

The Sony Vaio TT series was a line of high-end ultraportable notebook computers from Sony introduced in September 2008, with high-end features including an ultra-low voltage Core 2 Duo processor with DDR3 SDRAM; an 11.1", 16:9, 1366x768 LED-backl ...

                                               

Sony Vaio X series

The Vaio X series is a line of high-end ultraportable notebook computers from Sony introduced in September 2009, claiming to be the worlds lightest notebook, at 655 grams). It features an 11.1", 16:9, 1366x768 LED-lit LCD screen with built-in web ...

                                               

Sony Vaio Y series

The Vaio Y series is a line of notebook computer from Sony introduced in January 2010. It is a netbook-inspired model designed for travel use: compared with the other 13.3" models in the Vaio range, the Y lacks an optical drive, and is heavier an ...

                                               

Sony Vaio Z series

Sony has used the Z model naming scheme for its high-end ultraportable notebook computers since 2000. Unlike other Sony models, the Z has always been manufactured in Japan or in the United States for some models. Sony has stated that production o ...

                                               

GeoPort

GeoPort is a serial data system used on some models of the Apple Macintosh that could be externally clocked to run at a 2 Mbit/s data rate. GeoPort slightly modified the existing Mac serial port pins to allow the computers internal DSP hardware o ...

                                               

Macintosh Processor Upgrade Card

The generically named Macintosh Processor Upgrade Card is a central processing unit upgrade card sold by Apple Computer, designed for many Motorola 68040-powered Macintosh LC, Quadra and Performa models. The card contains a PowerPC 601 CPU and pl ...

                                               

Apple speakers

Along with the PowerCD introduced in 1993, Apple released two versions of their desktop speakers: the AppleDesign Powered Speakers and the redesigned AppleDesign Powered Speakers II a year later. The original speakers came in platinum gray to mat ...

                                               

Hard Disk 20

The Macintosh Hard Disk 20 was the first hard drive developed by Apple Computer specifically for use with the Macintosh 512K. Introduced on September 17, 1985, it was part of Apples long-awaited solution toward completing the Macintosh Office ann ...

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