Psion Series 3 Organiser

General specifications
Type Organiser
Production years 1991 - -
New price -
Operating system Multi tasking OS
Chipset/CPU V30 (16-bit)
I/O 2 expansion ports, 1 serial port
Performance index 0
Entry method Unknown
Precision digits
Advanced functions

Forensic result -

Organiser: Psion Series 3
Programming model OPL (Organiser Programming Language)
Programming features

Program display Text
Program editing Text editor
Programming 128 kB
Data 128 kB
Type LCD
Size 24080 pixels
LWH 1638523 mm
Weight 240 g
Batteries 2AA + 1CR1620
External power 10VDC
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This is the original Series 3, the predecessor of the well known Series 3a/3c and 3mx. The first thing you notice is the smaller screen compared to its later brothers, only 24080 pixels. Two version existed: 128kB and 256kB.

I bought a Psion 3 from a local internet market, knowing it was broken. The screen only displayed 3 lines. Unfortunatly I have not been able to fix it, even after several hours of trying. I do know now that it is quite hard to take apart and put back together this device. Typically British I might add.

Any additional information is greatly appeciated!


Organiser: Psion Series 3

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