Apricot Portable Computer
The Apricot Portable was Apricot's attempt at a portable computer, first released in November 1984.
It had a 3.5" floppy drive, 4.77 MHz CPU and 256 KB RAM. It was the first computer to use an 80-column/25-line LCD and speech recognition for input/output. The speech recognition software held 4096 words, with only 64 available at a given time.
It was also unique in the way that it had an infrared link between it and the keyboard; this was relatively new at the time.
The Apricot also featured a Mac-like graphical interface.
It was originally priced at £1965.
Date of Manufacture: November 1984
Quantity Available: 1
Working Condition: Working (But not fully)
Physical Condition: Good
Original Box: No