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Samsung Electronics America Inc. has begun shipping its PenMaster pen computer, tripling the number of companies that now offer tablet computers.
The Intel 386SL-based computer ships with a 60-megabyte hard drive, 4 megabytes of RAM, a PCMCIA slot, a fax/modem, and 16K cache.
Its memory can be expanded to 20 megabytes, and there is a socket for a math coprocessor. It has ports for a PS/2-compatible keyboard, external VGA monitor, floppy drive, and parallel and serial devices.
Its backlit screen supports 32 shades of gray at VGA resolution. It can simultaneously display on an external monitor.
Options include an 80- or 120-megabyte internal hard …