PS/2 Model 30 used an 8086 microprocessor
with a clock speed
, with 640K
standard (this was also the maximum for the motherboard and system). It had a standard ROM size of 64K, and an optional 8087
8MHz math coprocessor.
It came with 2 internal disk drive
bays, with a single 3.5"
/720K drive equipped as standard, and a 5.25"/360K as an option. The standard model did not come with a hard disk
, but the system could use one, so long as it was 20/30Mb
. It did not support internal tape drive
s, but supported the external 5.25" Streaming Tape 6157-001.
It came with a 101-key enhanced keyboard
, with LED indicators. Its standard graphics system was to use MCGA
, but it could support VGA
. It had one serial port
, one pointing device
port, and one parallel printer port
. It's CMOS
clock had a 15 year battery life, however, this battery is not replacable. It had 3 long 8-bit adapter slot
s, none of which with video extension
. It supported IBM PC-DOS
3.3 or later.
The unit's height/width/depth was 4"/15.6"/16", weighing in at 17.5lb
s. It ran off a 70W
power supply, capable of auto-switching for differing voltages. It could run at a temperature of 60-90°F, with a relative humidity
of 8-80%. It generated 341BTU
s/hour, and 27.5dB
. It had an FCC classification
B, and came with a 1 year warranty.
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