Sord (today, the Toshiba Personal Computer System Corporation) announced the IS-11 (Success), an A4-sized handheld personal computer, in January 1984.
Supplied with a Japanese word processor, I-PIPS — an integrated spreadsheet application, and the BASIC programming language, the IS-11 was a compact, integrated business computer.
|ROM||96 KB, 128 KB for the kanji font, 128 KB for a kanji dictionary|
|RAM||64 KB, 16 KB of display memory|
|LCD monitor||640×200 pixels, 80 characters×25 lines|
|External interfaces||Serial RS-232C, parallel interface, printer interface, microcassette interface (for 128 KB double-sided MC-30 tapes)|
|Power supply||Internal NiCd battery pack, 2.5 hours of continuous operation (main unit only)|
|External dimensions (w×d×h)||300×215×85 millimeters|