||166/66MHz Pentium processor with
||256KB L2 cache memory; writeback,
direct mapped, synchronous pipelined burst.
||Standard 16MB non-parity 64-bit
EDO SO DIMMs. Expands up to 80MB.
||12.1-in. SVGA (black) Active
Matrix TFT LCD display. Supports 64K colors. Maximum resolution 800x600
||760XL has 1MB of VRAM.
||Supports 32-bit transfers for
||Two Type I (or Type II) or, one
type III card. CardBus 32-bit PCI;PCMCIA 2.1 compatible
||An intelligent bay that switches
its pinout signals to allow the installation of a Diskette Drive, second Li-Ion battery,
HDD, or CD-ROM in what would normally be just a diskette drive bay. Installing a 2nd
HDD adapter option.
||3.5-inch 1.44MB is standard.
||Two (IR) transceivers(front &
Preinstalled software provides wireless file and data transfer and printing. IrDA 1.0
compatible; up to 1.15Mbps.
||16-bit stereo audio chip on
planar. Sound-Blaster Pro compatible. Intergrated microphone and speakers (.5 watts),
audio in/outjacks (3.5mm) for microphone/headphones, and a slide valume control.
|Hard Disk Controller
||Enhanced IDE, busmaster, PCI 2.1.
Sipports up to two internal hard disk drives.
|Hard Disk Drivers
||2.1GB HDD standard
||Enhanced parallel (IEEE P128-A,
EPP.ECP, bidirectional), 9-pin serial port, pointer/keyboard, external display port, and a
240-pin connector which supports all ThinkPad docking solutions.
|System expansion docking
connector (240 pin)
||(CABLE NOT INCLUDED)optionally
attach IBM’s Dock I or II, Port Replicator I or II, SelectaDock I, or II, or the
SelectaDock Base Model I. Note
When these systems are used with the Thinkpad Dock I or II, the ThinkPad IDE Conversion
Card is required to access the IDE devices in these docking solutions.