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Model NC100, Notepad computer

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Numéro Catawiki: 5469443
Catégorie: Divers
Titre: Model NC100, Notepad computer
Fabricant / éditeur: Amstrad
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Type: Portable computer/laptop
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The NC100 was designed to be a portable computer which was simple to use. That was the brief given by Sir Alan Sugar (then chairman of Amstrad) to his design staff. The NC100 project was internally referred to as Alan's "Baby" and Alan Sugar himself tested the machine for usability during the design phase. The specifications for the computer were not considered important - as long as it could serve its purpose.

The user-friendly features of the NC100 come from the software which is included in the firmware. Protext and the other applications were designed with a computer novice in mind - although experienced users can find and use a large array of more complicated features.[2]

Alan Sugar actually wrote the first chapter of the NC100's user manual in order to show that even he could use it.[3]

The design also included terminal emulation and XMODEM file transfer software which enabled the NC100 to communicate through dial-up analogue modems. UK tech journalist Sue Schofield used one[permanent dead link] to upload a review of the NC100 directly into the online filing computer of the Independent newspaper in 1993.
Date d'entrée: 18-05-2015 21:02:05
Entrée par: HermanvT
Dernière mise à jour le: 18-12-2016 15:44:49
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