The amplifier has a 1RU chassis, allowing you to install it in any standard equipment rack. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Guess what though, a psu turned up, I should reassemble and test. Got it home and there is basically zero information available about it online. For instance my copy of Jill of the Jungle sounds absolutely horrible. There are a few drawbacks to this system, some of them are just me nitpicking, but I find them mostly acceptable given the laptop’s overall positive qualities:

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Unfortunately, the Citizen floppy drive inside the module was completely wrecked and was destroying difital disks I put inside. I sold that one for half a bitcoin years back and still have it, so not complaining. I expected a cute, but limited machine that probably wouldn’t have any audio and a DSTN screen or something. Update Unrecognized Zip Code. Mine did come with a floppy module that attaches to the bottom of the system, which increases the bulk of the system a bit.

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Crown Audio CT add-on savings. I can’t find any info on whether this i. Mine is obviously quite dead, so I lose the clock settings if I leave it unplugged for more than a few minutes. So what’s this BitWrangler guy’s deal???


Crown Audio CT accessories. Special Order Update Location close. Judging by how uncommon the system itself is, I doubt the attachable disk drive modules are easy to find. For gaming, it’s acceptable.


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It seems to be quite the uncommon machine; it was very difficult to find specs, and I still haven’t found a manual at all. Both of those have sluggy mono LCDs on, apparently warmth helps speed them up, so if you use them near a heat vent or with a fan heater blowing at them Obviously not so close to do damage then they do a bit better.

For some it’s fast, for some it’s slow. Overall this is a very nice system to play DOS games on. On the other hand, Jill 2 is okay, so I think this was patched at some point.

The amplifier has a 1RU chassis, allowing you to install it in any standard equipment rack. If you’ve got another system with it, was common up to PIII machines. Of course, the size of the HiNote also means that it lacks external storage options.

I still can’t figure out how Intel bought them up then produced such terrible onboard graphics. Might want to try to get my hands on one. Old forum postings suggest that it is on the bottom of the motherboard, but I haven’t been able to get to it and without a disassembly guide I am concerned I would not be able to get the laptop back together.


Hopefully being on the underside of the board means that a leak won’t be as catastrophic, but it still bothers me a lot. A manual would probably be able to help me.

Crown Audio CT specs. I try to avoid using it, and in fact only used it long enough to install DOS and copy over a copy of BananaCom, and now I regularly transfer files to and from it using a null modem cable and ZModem transfers.

I was able to find a Mitsubishi drive using the same ribbon cable from the floppy module of a dead Compaq Armada I think there is some very slight stretching in x games, but I usually can’t tell and that has made it hard to verify.

I believe this laptop was released early in so it probably originally had Windows 3. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here.

Maybe posting it here means it won’t be as easily lost to time! It’s almost exactly one inch thick– really incredible for the time. I will try getting drivers set up later, but that puts me on the right path. Have a look at “Keyb2” on this website: