486SL

486SL

A version of the 486 from Intel designed for laptops. It ran on 3.3 volts (instead of 5) and included power management features like the 386SL.
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A new withdrawn PS/1 desktop with a 486DX2/66MHz processor, preloaded software, color monitor and other features can be purchased for under $1,500, as can a refurbished ThinkPad 350 notebook with color display and a 486SL 25 Mhz processor.
14, 1994--Intelligent Computers and Technologies announced the addition of the Chameleon, an Intel-based upgradeable 486SL enhanced notebook computer, to its established family of PC products designed for the small-to-medium sized business and home office markets.
The Model 200 comes with a 25 MHz Intel 486SL microprocessor, 200 MB hard drive, Ethernet LAN (local area network) port and a ready-desk docking station.