Specifications

Keynote 8800

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Processor Pentium (P54C/P55C) 166Mhz~233Mhz, Tillamook 266, AMD K6 266/300Mhz  
Core Logic Intel 430MX Mobile Chipset  
Cache 512k SRAM  
Memory 16MB~128MB SDRAM/EDO RAM  
BIOS Phoenix NoteBIOS (Flash)  
Hard disk 2.5" EIDE  
Removable Drives 1.44MB 3.5" FDD 100MB ZIP Drive, LS-120 Ultra High Density (120MB) Floppy, and Secondary IDE Hard Drive.
CD-ROM 24X (Built-in, EIDE Secondary channel Master) DVD-ROM
Video C&T 65555 video controller with 4MB video memory  
Composite Video IN/Out Built in NTSC/ PAL composite video input/output for input from a camcorder or display on a Television or other video device  
Sound Integrated 16-bit Full Duplex Yahama audio hardware (YF715 & YF705 Chipsets) with Hardware Wave Table synthesis, 3D sound, and stereo speakers.  
LCD 1024x768 True Color LCD in either 13.3" Active Matrix, or 14.1" Active Matrix. Also available with 800x600 12.1" Active Matrix  
PCMCIA Texas Instruments T1130 controller provides 1 Type 2 slots and 1 Type 2/3 slot. Support for PC Cards, CardBus Cards and support for Zoom Video cards.  
Ports
  • 1 parallel (w/ EPP & ECP)
  • 1 serial (16550A)
  • 1 SVGA (1280x1024x16bit max res)
  • 1 PS/2 (keyboard or mouse)
  • 1 microphone
  • 1 external speaker
  • IrDA FIR (4M/s) Infrared port
  • 1 MIDI/Game port.
  • TV (composite) video in and out ports
  • 2 Universal Serial Bus Ports
 
Keyboard 88 key w/ Windows 95 Keys  
Pointing Device Logitech Touchpad  
Dimensions 12.4"(W) x 10.2"(D) x 2.18"(H)  
Weight 7.5 lbs (12" TFT with LI-ion battery)  
Accessories Ac adapter (110v/220v auto switching) & Carry Bag Port Replicator

Car Adapter

Battery Charger

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