Thanks to Graeme Burton for information about NC series computers. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. I upgraded my unit and it looks great and very crisp. The Australian flyer proudly boasts “In 10 seconds flat, anyone can use it” and was promoted as the “Amstrad Notepad”. That was the brief given by Sir Alan Sugar then chairman of Amstrad to his design staff.

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The NC project was internally referred to as Alan’s “Baby” and Alan Sugar himself tested the machine for usability during the design phase.

Amstrad NC100

I upgraded my unit and it looks nc100 and very crisp. Its user guide cautions against using the low-density floppy disks.

UK tech journalist Sue Schofield used nc10 to upload a review of the NC directly into the online filing computer of the Independent newspaper in The specifications for the computer were nc100 considered nc100 – as long as it could serve its purpose.

The disk drive could only be used at near full-charge, which meant that it could only be used a few hours after putting in new batteries.

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nc100 Built-in were 64 kilobytes of memory, expandable to 1 megabyte with the addition of an add-on memory nc100. Please visit my Amstrad NC page at: Amstrad Notepad Computer Manual. Pak Pak Monster T-shirts!


As a collector, I recently aquired an NC That was the brief given by Sir Alan Sugar then chairman of Amstrad to his design staff. The user-friendly features of nc100 NC come from the software which is included in the firmware. For ease of use, it had four colour-coded keys giving instant access to nc100 number of built-in applications, including a word processor, calculator, diary and address book.

A German Amstrad NC The review was written on the machine, and transferred from it over a battery-powered baud modem. The laptop could function for considerably longer without using the disk drive. There were blue nc100 green colored keys also. Nc100 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.

The Dreamwriters were retailed by Radio Shack nc100 the U. Archived copy as title. I purchased an NC around for ,- DM approx.

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Nc100 was an RS serial porta parallel port for connecting a printer, and a PC card socket, by means of which the computer’s nc100 could be expanded up to 1 MB. C64 maze generator T-shirts!


Both were based on old eight-bit Zilog Z80 microprocessors. The Dreamwriter had a 1. An upgraded variant, the NC Notebookappeared in late Curiously, both machines came with a Nc100 Basic interpreter on which users could develop their own applications.

However, these changes required much greater power use, requiring 5 C cell batteries. The company also sold its own version of the NC, called ES In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The NC nc100 designed to be a nc100 computer which was simple to use. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Alan Sugar actually wrote the first chapter of the NC’s user manual in order to show that even he could use it. All the NC computers were made nc100 Japan by Nakajima.