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It was often called a palmtop computer, and it was notable that it was, with some minor exceptions, a MS-DOS-compatible computer in a palmtop format, complete with a monochrome graphic display, qwerty keyboard, serial port, and PCMCIA expansion slot.
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HP 200LX User Manual
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It is powered by 2 AA cells, rechargeable or not. In fact LX is not entirely compatible with PC, as for example PC speaker is controlled with one channel, without frequency tuning required DAC was used to control battery , but there are workarounds of it allowing even playing WAV files with LX's speaker, yet in poor quality because of buzzer, low sampling and electromagnetic noise inside. HP LX is still popular, there is a mailing list about it and some people still use it. There was Minix port to 2MB unit but it offered less than most Unix and is not maintained. I'm still using my LX in most situations as PIM, data collector spreadsheet , notepad, ebook TXT reader, mathematical calculator and simple games device, and I usually have it in my pocket or bag. It has two big advantages which are absent in today's devices: One: It works on one charge of batteries for few weeks I'm using Sanyo Eneloops , Two: It doesn't spy the user as every today's device with communications chip these chips are never turned off, they may be disabled by software, but they may perform some operations even when disabled. Get it and see if you plan to use LX.