386SL

386SL

A version of the 386SX designed for laptops. It had built in power management, and its variable clock rate allowed it to idle for long suspend and resume periods. Except for memory and video controller, the 386SL and the 82360SL chip made up almost the entire computer. See x86.
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manufactures and markets, direct to end users, ISA and PCI personal computer systems and work stations based on the Intel 386SL and 486SX, SL, DX and DX2, DX4 and Pentium microprocessors worldwide.
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In 1990, Intel announced its first mobile microprocessor, the Intel 386SL.
manufactures and markets, direct to end users, ISA (Industry Standard Architecture) and PCI (Personal Component Interconnect) personal computer systems and work stations based on the Intel 386SL and 486SX, SL, DX, DX2, DX4 and Pentium microprocessors worldwide.
manufactures and markets, direct to end users, ISA (Industry Standard Architecture), EISA (Extended Industry Standard Architecture) and PCI (Personal Component Interconnect) personal computer systems and work stations based on the Intel 386SL and 486SX, SL, DX and DX2, DX4 and Pentium microprocessors worldwide.
manufactures and markets, direct to end users, ISA (Industry Standard Architecture), EISA (Extended Industry Standard Architecture) and PCI personal computer systems and work stations based on the Intel 386SL and 486SX, SL, DX and DX2, DX4 and Pentium microprocessors worldwide.
manufactures and markets, direct to end users, ISA, EISA (Extended Industry Standard Architecture) and PCI personal computer systems and work stations based on the Intel 386SL and 486 SX, SL, DX and DX2, DX4 and Pentium microprocessors worldwide.
manufactures and markets, direct to end users, ISA, EISA, and PCI (Personal Component Interconnect) personal computer systems and work stations based on the Intel 386SL and 486SX, SL, DX and DX2, DX4, and Pentium microprocessors worldwide.
manufactures and markets, direct to end user, ISA, EISA and PCI (Personal Component Interconnect) personal computer systems and work stations based on the Intel 386SL and 486 SX, SL, DX and DX2, DX4, and Pentium microprocessors worldwide.
Previously, the Freestyle Notebook was available with a 386SL or 486SL Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) microprocessor running at 25MHz.
The Contenda is available with a 25MHz 386SL or 486SL Intel processor in six models ranging in price from $995-$2,195.
The new 486 Freestyle includes everything in the original 386SL version: built-in mouse key and floppy drive, VGA 10-inch backlit display, 81-key keyboard, Flash ROM for easy BIOS upgrades, simultaneous video with external color monitor, and power up three hours from a removable, rechargeable NiCad battery.