|Name: Vectra ES/12|
|Product Number: D1326A|
|Division: Personal Office Computer|
|Ad: Click to see|
|Original Price: $2795|
|Catalog Reference: 1989, page 682|
|Donated by: Phil Hocking, Laubman and Pank, South Australia.|
The Vectra ES/12 was identical to the Vectra ES, except it offered the faster 12 MHz Intel 80286 CPU. All models came standard with 640KB RAM. Configurations available included: D1310A (5.25 inch floppy, no hard disc, $2795), D1315A (3.5 inch floppy, no hard disc, $2795), D1320A (5.25 inch floppy, 20 MB hard disc, $3195), D1326A (5.25 inch floppy, 20 MB hard disc, VGA card, $3595), D1327A (3.5 inch floppy, 20 MB hard disc, VGA card, $3595), D1340A (5.25 inch floppy, 40 MB hard disc, $3595), D1346A (5.25 inch floppy, 40 MB hard disc, VGA card, $3995), D1347A (3.5 inch floppy, 40 MB hard disc, VGA card, $3995). The ES/12 was replaced by the Vectra 286/12 in 1990. The 286/12 had the more modern circular mini-din connectors for the keyboard and mouse.^ TOP
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