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Additional Pictures 

 

This Voyage 200 covers its Date code with a "Engineering Sample" sticker. It was manufactured by Inventec in Taiwan in June 2002.

The printed circuit board (PCB) of the Voyage 200 Engineering Sample is centered around a powerful Motorola M68EC000 CPU with the
associated 200C040 ASIC, a 2M*8 Flash-ROM, two 128k*8 RAM and a total of 5 display drivers for the graphics screen. 

ZOOM-Image of the Motorola MC68SEC000 microprocessor (CPU).

ZOOM-Image of the TI-REF 200C040 ASIC.

 

 

ZOOM-Image of the Sharp LH26F320 Flash-ROM.

ZOOM-Image of one of the two Toshiba TC55V1001 RAM.

 

 

ZOOM-Image of one of the three Toshiba T6B07 column drivers.

ZOOM-Image of one of the two Toshiba T6B08 row drivers.


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Joerg Woerner, October 5, 2011. No reprints without written permission.