|Country of Origin||USA|
|Processor||6301 x 2|
|Expansion||Additional ROMS could be added and an optional expansion card could be installed (adding 16K of RAM and more ROM sockets.)|
|Notes||The Epson HX-20 was one of the world's first notebook computers. It featured integrated storage, printing, display and a full keyboard in a 3 pound package.|
|Related Items in Collection||Case, power supply, manuals, some software, Epson Geneva PX-8.|
|Related Items Wanted||More software, disk drive.|
Introduced in 1981, the Epson HX-20 was a neat little computer in its day. It was a fairly low power consumption laptop that actually worked. It had small LCD screen, a built-in microcassette drive and a built-in thermal printer. The full-size keyboard was very nice and the machine garnered a pretty good following.
Thank you to Roy Strutt who donated a brand new expansion unit for my HX-20 and shipped it all the way from Scotland!