IBM Laptop
IBM PS/2 Model L40 SX

The IBM Personal System/2 Model L40 SX (stylized as PS/2 Model L40 SX) is a portable computer made by IBM as part of the IBM PS/2 series. It was the successor to the IBM PC Convertible. The "SX" in the name refers to its CPU, the Intel 80386SX

The L40 SX was designed and manufactured over the course of thirteen months between 1990 and 1991. By 1990, IBM were already late to the market of 386SX-powered laptops. Faced with releasing an obsolete product, should they have followed their normal two-year lead time, IBM hastened development of the L40 SX

  • Model L40 SX
  • Intel 80386 (SX@20Mhz)
  • 3.5 inch (1.44 MB) diskette drives
  • RAM; 2 to 18 MB
  • Hard disk Capacity: Optional 60MB
  • 10' Monochrome STN LCD
  • Price US$5995