My Epson ActionNote (added to my collection in 2010)
- 486 SLC 33Mhz
- 8MB RAM
- 120MB HD
- Internal Modem (of unknown speed, I would venture a guess of 9600 or 14.4)
- MS-DOS 6.22 and Windows 3.1 (Win95 on arrival, I figured 3.1 was a better fit)
This laptop is somewhat unique with its 486slc chip, the slc was pin compatible with 386 CPUs, so this is likely an attempt by “Epson” to make a quick buck by selling cheap “486” laptops (on an already designed/built 386 platform), when in reality these don’t perform much better than a 386 (due to slow 16-bit bus and lack of FPU), however it does have the full 486 instruction set, so anything that requires 486 should run, albeit slowly.