Psion Series 5mx Organiser

General specifications
Type Organiser
Production years - - -
New price -
Operating system EPOC32
Chipset/CPU ARM 7100 @ 36.432 MHz
I/O RS-232, IR, expansion port
Performance index -0
Arithmetics
Entry method Algebraic with precedence
Precision digits
Advanced functions













Forensic result 8.99999999983
Features
 









Organiser: Psion Series 5mx
Programming
Programming model OPL (Organiser Programming Language)
Programming features




Program display Text
Program editing Text editor
Memory
Programming 16 MB
Data 16 MB
Secondary
ROM 6 MB
Functions + -
Display
Type LCD
Size 640240 pixels
Dimensions
LWH 1718925 mm
Weight g
Power
Batteries 2AA + 1CR2032
External power 12 V
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Organiser: Psion Series 5mx



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Please, Please where can I get one to buy?
I used to own one and gave it out, hoping to replace it with a new one...

Please point me to where this gem can be bought.

Many thanks
Tunji Durodola
January 10th, 2011