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The agreement covers over 250 individual part numbers, including the ubiquitous 80C51 family as well as product families that include the 80C188, 80C186, 80960, 80386, and 80486.
It will work in any notebook with the following minimum configurations: 80486 or later processor, 4MB of free disk space, 8MB of RAM (16MB or more recommended) and a CD-ROM.
In 1993, the 80486 was hardly the dinosaur chip it might appear to be today.
The second installation was during the summer when the 80486 was retired and replaced with a Pentium-based system with 32 MB of RAM.
Id says Quake requires a Pentium, though it will run slowly on a 66 or 100 megahertz 80486.
Until last week, I used two computers for my work: a powerful desktop computer (Dell 133 MHz Pentium processor) to create courses, and a notebook computer (IBM Thinkpad 75 MHz 80486 processor) to make presentations.
These same manufacturers did something similar with the 80486 chip.
Although speakers, a sound card and a microphone may not be desirable today, a compliant video system, double-spin CD-ROM drive and at least an 80486 33MHz PC are required.
To operate efficiently, the Office System requires an MS-DOS compatible 80386, 80486, or Pentium Computer with 4 megabytes of RAM.
Evidence of this trend lies in the 80386, 80486 and Pentium-based notebook and sub-notebook computers that are now taking the world by storm.
Since 80286, 80386, and 80486 CPUs can directly address any memory location from 0 KB to 16 MB (80286) or 1 GB in 80386 and 80486 CPUs, these machines do not need to rely on paging memory via the EMS 4.
Telemate CA2500 software running on an IBM-compatible 80486 with a 250 MB hard drive monitors trunk activity and lets Adistra bill back customers for calls made on their behalf.