Hitachi announced the HITAC L-700 Model E office computer series in October 1991 as the successor to the L700 series. Hitachi developed an industry-leading 0.8-micron 530,000-transistor BiCMOS processor with twice the performance of previous processors for the flagship L-780E and L-790E models.
The L-700 Model E series allowed users to take advantage of an office computer processor in a familiar PC environment. Equipped with standard LAN and standard protocols (OSI, TCP/IP), this series was capable of connecting with PC terminals from different vendors and exchanging data with PC software.
Hitachi also upgraded its financial accounting and other shared enterprise packages and its industry-specific sales management and other strategic packages.
|Processor||—||80386SX||CMOS VLSI||BiCMOS VLSI|
|Main memory [MB]||—||2-4||6-56||12-208|