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Canon Innovabook 10C

This is a lovely subnotebook, "cheap" early-mid 90s, i got it in a flea market, i got the laptop and the charger, and while the seller had the bag i didn't got because it was extra but i think the original floppy drive was inside lol, well live and learn.

Info
Source Flea Market
Kind Subnotebook
Sold/For sale? NO
CPU 486SL @ 33Mhz
RAM 4MB of Ram
Dependencies Weird charger connector
Last Tested June/2024

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Power Pinout

For powering the device you can use a generic mini din 8 connector, 12v power brick works fine, idk if this charges the battery though, mine is dead.

Pin Description
1
2
3 +12V
4 +12V
5 GND
6 +12V
7 +12V
8 GND

Floppy Pinout

This thing has a 25 pin port for the floppy drive, one of the greatest features here is that this support up to two drives that can be any type 1.2, 360k, 720, 1.44, tape drives, etc.

Pin Description Floppy
1 /REDWC 2
2 /INDEX 8
3 /MOTEA 10
4 /DRVSA 14
5 /DIR 18
6 /STEP 20
7 /WDATE 22
8 /WGATE 24
9 /TRK00 26
10 /WPT 28
11 /RDATA 30
12 /SIDE1 32
13 /DSKCHG 34
14 +5V Floppy Power
15 +5V Floppy Power
16 /MOTEA 16
17 /DRVSB 12
18 GND Floppy GND
19 GND 3
20 GND 5
21 GND 7
22 GND 9
23 GND 11
24 GND 13
25 GND 15


Drivers

Drivers Chip ID Links
Video Chips 65525 Windows 3.1
Utilities Misc DOS
DOS but for the 10(monochrome)
PCMCIA Databook DB86072 Phoenix Card Manager
Phoenix Card Manager Disk 2
BIOS Phoenix 2.26C1

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