|Name: Vectra QS/16s|
|Product Number: D1462B|
|Division: Sunnyvale Personal Computer|
|Ad: Click to see, Click to see, Click to see|
|Original Price: $2099|
|Catalog Reference: 1991, page 682|
|Donated by: Phil Hocking, Laubman and Pank, South Australia.|
The Vectra QS/16s was HP's first desktop PC to use the Intel 80386SX CPU (16 MHz clock speed). These computers came standard with 1 MB RAM, upgradable to 32 MB. Various combinations of floppy drives were offered (3.5 inch and 5.25 inch), and hard discs up to 84 MB were available. The part numbers in this range were: D1381B, D1461B, D1462B ($3,199), D1464B ($3,199), D1488B ($3,599) and D1489B ($3,599).
The Vectra QS/20 was the 20 MHz version of the Vectra QS/16s. Model numbers in this series included: D1491B ($2,699), D1421B ($2,699), D1422B ($3,799), D1424B ($3,799), D1498B ($4,199), D1499B ($4,199).
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