This early laptop computer was made by Dulmont in Sydney in 1985. It was PC-compatible, with Intel 80816 chip and 16-line LCD screen. The software held in read-only memory included a spreadsheet, so the computer could perform a range of user-generated calculations.
The Dulmont Magnum laptop computer is an example of a particular style of early laptop (being similar to the HP 110 and the Sharp PC-5000) but it is also one of the very few Australian PCs ever marketed. It is definite...
Copyright for the above image is held by MAAS and may be subject to third-party copyright restrictions. Please contact MAAS Rights and Permissions for information regarding reproduction, copyright and fees. Text is released under Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives licenceSubmit an image license enquiry.
This object record is currently incomplete. Other information may exist in a non-digital form. The Museum continues to update and add new research to collection records.