|Name: Vectra CS|
|Product Number: D1120A|
|Division: Personal Office Computer|
|Ad: Click to see|
|Original Price: $1195|
|Catalog Reference: 1989, page 682|
The Vectra CS was a cost-reduced version of the original Vectra. The Vectra CS had the same form factor as the original Vectra but came with a lower-specification, Intel 8086-compatible CPU. The Vectra CS also offered optional 3.5 inch (1.44 MB) floppy disc drives. All models came standard with 640KB base memroy. Configurations available included: D1110A (5.25 inch floppy, no hard drive, $1195), D1115A (3.5 inch floppy, no hard disc, $1295), D1116A (2 x 5.25 inch floppies, no hard disc , VGA video card, $1695), D1120A (5.25 inch floppy, 20 MB hard disc, $1895), D1126A (2.25 inch floppy, 20 MB hard disc, VGA card, $2295), D1127A (3.5 inch floppy, 20 MB hard disc, VGA card, $2295).
As of 2013, Vectra CS computers still seem to be fairly reliable. Most units will have bad hard discs, and a few will have a malfunctioning floppy drive. But, the power supply, motherboard and other internal components are holding up very well.^ TOP
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