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This early TI-92 with the Date code I-0696 was manufactured by Inventec in Taiwan in June 1996.
Please notice the small module with the I-0696E sticker below the backup battery.

The printed circuit board (PCB) of the early TI-92 is centered around a powerful Motorola SC414181 Application Specific CPU, one Toshiba TC551001 RAM (128k Byte)
and a total of 5 display drivers for the graphics screen. The Operating System is stored in two Atmel AT27C040 OTP-ROM (512k Byte each) in the Expansion Module. 

This later TI-92 with the Date code I-0896 was manufactured by Inventec in Taiwan in August 1996.
The Expansion Port is available for different available modules.

The printed circuit board (PCB) of the early TI-92 is centered around a powerful Motorola SC414181 Application Specific CPU, a IEC 9895S ROM,
one Toshiba TC551001 RAM (128k Byte) and a total of 5 display drivers for the graphics screen. 

The backside of the PCB with the huge graphics LCD-screen, two connectors and the contacts of the individual keys.  

ZOOM-Image of the Motorola SC414181 Application Specific CPU.

 

 

 

ZOOM-Image of the IEC9895S Mask-ROM.

ZOOM-Image of the Toshiba TC551001 RAM.

 

 

ZOOM-Image of one of the three Toshiba T6A39A column drivers.

ZOOM-Image of one of the two Toshiba T6A40 row drivers.

 

 


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Joerg Woerner, March 18, 2009. No reprints without written permission.