Corel NetWinder 275

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Title

Corel NetWinder 275

Subject

Corel NetWinder 275 network computer

Description

The NetWinder was a compact, high-performance, low power computing designed by Corel of Ottawa and released in 1988. It was a RISC-based machine equipped with networking and multimedia capabilities, operated under Linux.  Sold with  keyboard, mouse, and stand. 

Hardware:
  • CPU: StrongARM 110 processor, 275MHz, together with the Intel 21285 FootBridge companion chip.
  • RAM: 32, 64, or 128 Mbytes
  • hard drive: 2, 4 or 6 GBytes ,WinBond 553 IDE controller
  • 2 Ethernet connections:  one 10BaseT (WinBond 940 Ethernet, NE2000 compatible) - 10/100BaseT (Digital 21143 ("Tulip") Ethernet)
  • EPP/ECP port driven by Winbond '977 SuperIO
  • serial port driven by Windbond '977 SuperIO
  • IrDA port
  • 2 PS2 ports for keyboard and mouse (SuperIO '977)
  • power supply:  12V, 1.5A..
Software:
OS: Red Hat-based dialect of Linux

The museum has a NetWinder model 275, serial number NW644DM11.

NetWinder documentation and other resources are available from netwinder.org site.

Creator

Corel

Date

1998

Identifier

H.21

Coverage

1998-?

Contribution Form

Online Submission

No

Files

NW_275.jpg

Citation

Corel, “Corel NetWinder 275,” York University Computer Museum Canada, accessed December 3, 2021, https://museum.eecs.yorku.ca/items/show/43.

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