Atari HPC-004 Portfolio Vintage Portable Pocket Handheld Computer For Sale

Atari HPC-004 Portfolio Vintage Portable Pocket Handheld Computer


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Atari HPC-004 Portfolio Vintage Portable Pocket Handheld Computer:
$90

Atari HPC-004 Portfolio Vintage Portable Pocket Handheld Computer

HISTORY

- These were released on June 1989 30 years ago

- These are very well known for use in the Terminator 2 movie, as John Conner hacks the ATM PIN code.


sale INCLUDES

- (1) Atari Portfolio

- (1) Battery Cover

- (1) Interface Cover


CONDITION

- Tested as Used Working

- Outer plastic is typical used 30 year old electronic device. See photos for outer 30 year cosmetic condition. There are scratches and scuffs

- Clam shell and hinges shut somewhat slow

- Battery contacts in excellent shiny condition. No battery corrosion on this one.

- Keyboard is in excellent condition.

- Speaker works and makes noise.

- LCD is in good condition. No lines or missing character areas.

- Atari Portfolio Plastic LCD overlay is typical use for 30 years, see photos.

- Back Atari label is in excellent condition. See photos.

-Includes battery strap puller

- Tested working with 3 AA Batteries (not included).

-Was not tested with AC adapter (not included)



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