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|Operating system||MS-DOS 3.2|
|CPU||Intel 80286 @ 8 MHz|
|Memory||640 kB RAM (upgradable to 2.6 MB)|
|Storage||10 MB hard drive; internal 3,5" floppy drive, 720 kB; connector for external 5,25" floppy drive, 360 kB|
|Display||monochrome 9.6" orange gas-plasma display|
|Graphics||640×400; 640×200; Textmode: 80×25|
|Input||keyboard - 83 keys, QWERTY|
|Connectivity||external monitor via 9-pin RGB port.|
|Dimensions||0.310 x 0.361 x 0.079 meter|
T3100 was a laptop manufactured by Toshiba and released in 1986. It featured a 10 MB hard drive, 8 MHz Intel 80286 CPU and a monochrome 9.6" gas-plasma display with a resolution of up to 640x400 pixels.
The laptop had for the time a special high-resolution 640 x 400 display mode which is similar to and partially compatible with the Olivetti/AT&T 6300 graphics. There's a single proprietary expansion slot for 1200 bit/s modem, expansion chassis for 5x 8-bit ISA cards, Ethernet NIC, 2400 bit/s modem, and a 1 MB memory card (thus 3.6 MB in max total).
Toshiba T3100 was not a true portable, because it needed an external power source in all except the last version.
Five versions existed:
- The T3100/20 was essentially the same as the base T3100 but with a larger hard drive (20 MB instead of 10 MB).
- The T3100e had a 12 MHz 80286 CPU, 1 MB RAM and a 20 MB hard drive.
- The T3100e/40 was the same as the T3100e, but with a larger 40 MB hard drive.
- The T3100SX had a 16 MHz i386SX CPU, 1 MB RAM and a 40 MB or 80 MB hard drive, and also included an internal rechargeable battery for true portability.
- "Toshiba T3100". Retrieved 2016-04-11.
T3100, released in 1986, consisted of an 80286 CPU running at 8MHz, but could be slowed to 4.77MHz using a keyboard shortcut. It also had 640KB system memory, which could be upgraded to 2.6MB. It shipped with MS-DOS 3.2.