ZEOS Pocket PC
Really a nifty little unit. There were several versions of this computer on the market. There was the Prolinear PS-1000, Peacock Palmtop PC, Spectrum P2000 and the Zeos. All exactly identical except for the brand and model. Heck, they even had the same FCC ID! Weight is only a little over 1 pound.
Fact of the matter is, this is very similar to a weight reduced Poqet PC Plus.
640K RAM was normal RAM. 384K was reserved for a RAM disk. Microsoft Works was installed in ROM for instant productivity.
2 PCMCIA card slots served as A and B drives.
The 2 AA batteries were rated at 10 hours. Nicads at 2-3 hours.
The screen was standard CGA resolution.
The keyboard is a tad smallish, but you get used to it after a while.
The thing that really irks me about this genre is the special parallel and RS-232 plugs. I know they were designed to save space, but sheesh, if you get one second hand, you can forget about ever finding the right adapter again.
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