The 300 series (300, 310, 350, 360, 365E, 380, 385ED, 390 and their various sub series) was a long running value series starting at the Intel 386SL-33 going all the way to the Intel Mobile Pentium III. The ThinkPad 300 was also produced for IBM by Zenith Data Systems. They were a bit large and slower than the more full featured models but offered a less expensive ThinkPad. The successor of this series is the R series.
All 355/360 models have liftable (pop-up) keyboard to access and remove diskette drive, disk, battery, and memory.
C stands for (TFT) Color, Cs for (STN) Color, and P for Pen.
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