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N I M B U S R A N G E
The RM Nimbus Prototype!
Notice the branding says RML, not Nimbus.
The unfinished keys on the keyboard.
I've also been told that this maybe a wooden model.
RM Nimbus PC
The budget best selling microcomputer from RM
RM Nimbus X10 with 10Mb Winchester HDD
Fitted with the early YD-640 Floppy Drive
RM Nimbus PC20 with 20Mb HDD
Fitted with the YD-645C Floppy Drive
RM Nimbus PC2 / PCN2 (Network Card Fitted)
Dual Floppy Drives fitted with early YD-640
This ones sports the 3 expansion bays
RM Nimbus PC-186 TN
Diskless network station
Re-styled to match the new Nimbus PC-286 & PC-386 Series.
RM Nimbus PC-286 & PC-386 Slimline
Micro Channel architecture
RM Nimbus PC 486
"Power for the nineties"
X Series systems are designed to offer the maximum variety and flexibility to help you choose the right configuration of operating environment, storage, interfacing, graphics and networking
RM Nimbus VX & VX/2
RM VX 386 25 - The flagship of the Nimbus Range
RM Nimbus AX & AX/2
This is a VX 386 of some fashion however little is known about it other than the images presented here. Quite different from the above VX386 yet is a similar date.
RM VX 486
A range of systems built for the discerning CAD user
Non-Nimbus Models - But a similar vintage...
RM NB200 / NB300 / NB400
This was the OS/2 based server in use after the Nimbus era
<< I only have 1 image of this, thats all!
RM SE400 Notebook
486SX 33Mhz, 4Mb RAM
The original Manufacturer is possibly 'Twinhead', Slimnote is the model.
Not much information on this Notebook, just a few pictures on the link >>>
RM Nimbus Range