Excalibur LT545 Specifications.

Dimension & Weight:
10.7" (W) x 12.8" (D) x 1.5" (H) weighing 7.4 lbs with battery pack.

LCD Display Panel:
15.0" Active Matrix TFT LCD Display Panel, SXGA resolution up to 1400x10505.

Intel® Pentium® 4-M (Northwood core) processor with Speedstep®, 400mhz Front Side Bus, 512KB full speed L2 cache, uFCPGA2 packaging, .13 micron

Intel 845MP chipset
Dual channel UltraDMA/100 bus mastering IDE controllers
Ricoh R5C552 IEEE 1394 FireWire2 controller

Memory Subsystem:
2 SODIMM banks supporting up to 1GB of unbuffered PC-21001 SDRAM

Graphic Subsystem:
Integrated ATI Mobility Radeon 7500 (M7-P), 32MB DDR

Hard Disk Subsystem:
IBM Travelstar 40GNX 40GB Ultra DMA/100 drive, 100MB/s, 5400RPM, 8MB cache, 9.5mm high

CD-ROM Subsystem:
Toshiba SD-R2212 8X DVD-ROM4, 24X CDROM, 16X CDR, 10X CDRW

Sound Subsystem:
Integrated AC'97 audio

Network & Modem Subsystem:
Integrated Realtek RTL-8139B Fast Ethernet controller
Integrated 56K V90 Winmodem2

System I/O:
Two (2) Type II PCMCIA slots
One (1) 100BaseTX Fast Ethernet port
One (1) RJ45 modem port
One (1) ECP/EPP/Bi-directional parallel port
One (1) DB-9 serial port
Two (2) USB 1.1 ports
Two (2) IEEE 1394 Firewire ports
One (1) External DB-15 VGA port
One (1) Video Connector supporting SVHS/Composite signal3
One (1) PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse port
One (1) Speaker Out port
One (1) Microphone port

Floppy Drive:
1.44MB 3.5-inch drive

Built-In TrackPad (PS/2), 2 click buttons

88-keys Windows 98 Keyboard

Preinstalled Software:
Red Hat Linux with ASL optimized kernel

The BIOS option, Suspend to Disk, is no longer provided in most modern laptops, including the Excalibur LT545. This feature has been removed after Microsoft includes direct support for STD within its Windows operating systems. Because the Linux-based software suspend is still too buggy, it is no longer installed or supported. Please note that Suspend to Ram is not available either.

Battery Pack:
Li-Ion 8 cells, 90WH Li Ion Battery, 19V DC, 4.74A AC Adapter

  1. Memory operates at PC-1600 speed.
  2. Currently not supported under Linux.
  3. Video out/TV-Out is not supported under Linux.
  4. Due to the licensing conflict, Linux does not have a legal mean to decrypt CSS (Content Scrambling System) content. As a result, DVD movies playback is not supported under Linux.
  5. SXGA LCD delivers the sharpest display under 1400x1050. Using any other resolution is not recommended.
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