This transportable computer was compatible with the IBM PC-XT. It has a built-in 9" monochrome monitor, and this one has a 5.25" floppy drive and a 10 Mb hard-disk.
One unique thing about this machine (for the time) is that it has a color graphics board but the built-in monitor is monochrome. So this means that color programs will work they just won't show in color.
The Eagle Spirit was really IBM PC compatible (hardware & software) and could be booted with the original IBM PC boot disks. The disks capacity and format procedure were the same.
The graphic resolution is the same as the IBM PC: 320 x 200 with a character matrix of 7 by 9 pixels. This was a good example of the low levelling effect of the IBM PC compatibility. The Eagle PC, launched one year earlier had a high resolution of 720 x 352 with a character matrix of 11 x 19 pixels!
First models had different keyboards where you had to press CONTROL+ALT+N to activate the numeric keypad. Later models had IBM PC style keyboards with LED signals.
Based on information found at old-computers.com.