Untested! No power supply!
Was introduced in 1981 and is arguably the first TRUE laptop computer. It has two proprietary 8 bit processors, 16 Kilobytes of RAM. The ROM holds an Epson BASIC interpreter.
The LCD screen is 120 x 32 dot matrix
The printer is 24 columns tot matrix.
It can read standard microcassette tapes
Connectors are two serial RS-232C connectors, one is 110 to 4800 bps and the other is a 38.4000 bps
The expansion bus can be used for a separately sold floppy drive.