The IBM PalmTop PC110 is the smallest Windows 95 capable computer ever produced. It was made in Japan around 1995 and originally came with a Japanese version of PC-DOS and a program called Personaware. Quite a large community has grow in the United States and all over the world of people who use this little wonder every day when space is limited.
Operating system information, installation tips, device support, and driver availability.
Unix in your hand. Describes experiences in running Unix on an IBM PC110 palmtop computer.
Information on Linux and the PC110, also the home of the PC110 Linux mailing list.
Installing a double height battery.
Windows driver for the touch/pen pad on the IBM PC110 palmtop.
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