A 640x480 touch screen! Smaller than the EeePc, a surprising machine!
Some DOS programs I wrote with executables and sources.
Everything I like: small machine, widely open, high technology. I couldn't let it pass by...
What's in the box
The Touch Screen
Note about USB: I was able to use a ZIP 250Mo and a MP3/USB key with success.
- CPU Cyrix P166, a Pentium nearly-compatible
- 640x480 touch screen with 65536 colors
- RAM 32MB
- Full connectivity (USB, Infra-red, PCMCIA II...)
- Hard disk 1,6GB
- Docking station with more connectors
- CD Rom drive
- Integrated speaker and microphone
A very good LCD screen, brilliant, precise. You can use the pen (included) or your finger to control the mouse pointer.
You can clic, move, drag and drop...
This only works with applications that d'ont modify the screen. If you run a MS-DOS full screen game, you'll have to connect an external mouse to do so...
The docking station
It brings some more connectors:
The CD-Rom drive
The must-have for some CD games or software/system installations.
It plugs in a non-standard connector, so you have tu find the original one.
The speed is really good, you can watch MPG1 videos from the CD.
Note: it requieres an external power supply!
- The computer running TOMB RAIDER 1
- It is plugged on the docking station
- The CD-Rom drive runs with the CD game.
15 décembre 2007
Here are some drivers for Windows 98:
I added the drivers for my USB/MP3 and another folder that I didn't test but that can be useful someday..!
- The screen driver
- The touchscreen driver
- The PC Card driver
- The CD ROM driver
Clic here for downloading