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Release date 1989
Operating system DIP DOS 2.11
CPU 80C88 @ 4.9152 MHz
Memory 128kB of RAM and 256kB of ROM
DIP officially stood for "Distributed Information Processing", although secretly it actually stood for "David, Ian and Peter", the three founding members of the company, all ex-Psion. The original founder of the company (first called "Crushproof Software") was Ian Cullimore, and the other two David Frodsham and Peter Baldwin.
It was built around an Intel 80C88 CPU running at 4.9152 MHz and ran a variant of MS-DOS called "DIP DOS 2.11". It had 128 kB of RAM and 256 kB of ROM which contained the OS and built-in applications. The on-board RAM had to be divided between system memory and local storage (the C: drive). The LCD was monochrome without backlight and had 240x64 pixels or 40 characters x 8 lines.
There was an expansion port on the right side of the computer for parallel, serial, modem or MIDI expansion modules.
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