|Name: Vectra 386/20N|
|Product Number: D2482A|
|Division: California Personal Computer|
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|Original Price: Unknown|
|Catalog Reference: 1993, page 604|
|Donated by: Agilent Australia.|
The Vectra 386N Series were HP's first "slimline" PCs. The series consisted of the 386/16N, 386/20N and 386/25N. These models offered two mass storage shelves (one usually occuppied by a 3.5 inch floppy disc drive) and three ISA expansion slots. Memory was expandable to 16 MB. Part numbers in the 386/16N family included: D2470A, D2474A, D2472A and D2473B. Part numbers in the 386/20N family included: D2480A, D2486A, D2482A, D2483B and D2484A. Part numbers in the 386/25N family included: D2490A, D2496A, D2492A, D2493A and D2494A.^ TOP
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