The if 486 VX series was positioned to be a more cost effective version of the if 486 VX 520 series with added features such as LAN connectivity and a VGA monitor. There were four models in three configurations: the if 486 VX 510E, the if 486 VX 510S, the if 486 VX 530, and the if 486 VX 550. The if 486 VX series used monitors with an AX-VGA/H architecture, which permitted the use of overseas VGA applications while maintaining backward compatibility with previous applications.
In September 1992, Oki Electric announced two additions — the if 486 VX 530D and the if 486 VX 550D — with more powerful (66 MHz) CPUs.
|Math coprocessor (optional)||if487SX-20||———|
|Monitor (optional)||Standard resolution||640 x 480 pixels, 16 colors (260,000 colors, VGA)|
|1024 x 768 pixels, 256 colors|
|CRT monitor||14inch color CRT|
|Standard internal floppy drive||One 3.5-inch drive (0.72 MB / 1.3 MB / 1.44 MB)|
|Standard internal hard drive||One 3.5-inch 40 MB||One 3.5-inch 100 MB||Can hold up to six drives|
|Power consumption||250 VA (main unit) and 100 VA (CRT)|
|External dimensions [mm]/ weight||430(W)×440(D)
×111(H) (w x d x h) /15kg
620(H) (w x d x h)