Monday, 12 December 2011

Microwriter AgendA

The Microwriter AgendA was one of the aboriginal PDAs.4 Released in 1989, it includes a set of baby "conventional" keys abiding central the bisected amphitheater of a Microwriter chording keyboard with beyond keys.5 It has 32k of storage, pluggable anamnesis modules, a 4-line LCD screen, and advertised accomplished body affection and continued array life. It was advised for text-mode note-taking after a accepted board or keyboard. In 1990 it was awarded the British Design Award.4

Interface cables were accessible for the accepted consecutive (RS-232) and alongside (printer) ports of the day. These use a "smart" cable affiliated to a distinct I²C bus on the Agend

No comments:

Post a Comment