All the NEC Versa are up and running now, all four of them. So here's the current specs and everything I had to do with them...

1994 NEC Versa 40EC
- 640x480 Active Matrix Thin Film Transistor 9.4" LCD, Non Pen/Touch, NEC NL6448AC30-06
- i486 DX2 SLC 40MHz
- 20MB of RAM (4MB on Board, 16MB on Card)
- 1.44MB Floppy Drive
- 540MB 3.5" IBM HDD (Versa Pak, Original to my M/75)
- Western Digital 65543 1MB SVGA Graphics/LCD Controller
- 7.2V 3800mah "Dumb" Battery (Dead) - future plans to run off LiIon USB Batteries
- MS-DOS 6.22, Windows For Workgroups 3.11


- Repaired cracked hinge section on removable screen (filled in with J.B. Weld Original)
- Replaced Motherboard & power Module
- Power Module damaged rejuvinating batteries and then repaired
- Replaced HDD as I need more space
- Various chassis plastic cracks addressed (baking soda + superglue, and J.B. Weld in cosmetic places)
- upgraded from 8MB of RAM to 20MB

1995 NEC Versa V/50C
- 640x480 Active Matrix Thin Film Transistor 9.4" LCD, no touch option on this model, NEC NL6448AC30-10
- i486 DX2 SLC 50MHz
- 20MB of RAM (4MB on board, 16MB on Card)
- 1.44MB Floppy Drive
- 540MB 3.5" IBM HDD (Versa Pak, Original to my P/75)
- Western Digital 65543 1MB SVGA Graphics/LCD Controller
- 7.2V 3800 maH "Dumb" Battery (dead) - future plans to run off LiIon USB batteries
- FreeDOS 2.1


- repaired plastic just starting to crack around hinge (baking soda + Superglue method)
- upgraded RAM to 20MB
- replaced original 250MB HDD with the 540MB from the M/75

1994 NEC Versa M/75HCP
- 800x600 Active Matrix TFT 9.4" LCD, Touch/Pen enclosure & Digitzer being fixed, NEC NL8060AC24-01
- i486 DX4 75MHz
- 40MB RAM (8MB on Board, 32MB on card)
- 1.44MB Floppy Drive
- 80GB Seagate Momentous HDD (Versa Pak, modified)
- C&T 65545 1MB SVGA Graphics/LCD Controller
- Crystal CS4231-KQ WSS Compatible Digital Audio (no Adlib/MIDI/OPL Support)
- 7.2v 4400 maH "Smart Battery", off-brand replacement with gold contacts (Shared with P/75)
- Windows 95 OSR 2.5 triple boot with Windows For Workgroups 3.11 and DOS 7.0

- replaced dead LCD panel and bad wiring harness + bad LCD controller module (NL6448AC30-09)
- addressed lcd chassis as it was beginning to crack, invisible repair with baking soda + superglue (heavy)
- currently rebuilding touch panel to make a potentially non-existent version of this laptop - the M/75HCP
- rebuilt VersaTrak trackball, put in working rollers from the P/75's original trackball, dry rot killed the rollers
- upgraded RAM to 40MB
- upgraded HDD to 80GB

1995 NEC Versa P/75HC
- 800x600 Active Matrix TFT 9.4" LCD, non touch/pen, NEC NL8060AC24-01
- iPentium 75MHz (strange early custom Mobile version)
- 40MB RAM (8MB on board, 32MB on Card)
- 1.44MB Floppy dRive
- 80GB Seagate Momentous HDD (Versa Pak, Modified)
- C&T 65545 1MB SVGA Graphics/LCD Controller
- SoundBlaster Compatible ESS688 Sound
- 7.2v 4400 MaH "Smart Battery", Off Brand (Shared with M/75)
- FreeDOS 2.1

- upgraded to 40MB of RAM
- upgraded to 80GB HDD
- replaced CMOS battery with one from a Dell Latitude
- numerous cracks repaired with Baking Soda and Superglue (3.5 hour video on YouTube of the whole process)