Got another luggable, the Compaq Portable II
It's your basic 8 MHz 80286 affair with four ISA slots ... my machine unfortunately has been cannibalized for its drives, but originally they came with the usual mix of one or two floppy drives and / or a harddisk. In this case the standard floppy drive was 360K, the harddisk options being 10 or 20MB - MFM drives connected to an IDE card via an adapter.
The standard video card is a CGA/Hercules hybrid that is described well on John Elliott's site.
Here's where things get interesting though. My machine has the Compaq EGA instead of the default card, notable for its connector for the internal monitor of the Portable II.
This box came fully stacked - in addition to the standard compliment of cards, there is an Irwin tape streamer card and a PC/3278 terminal emulation board.
There's no company name on my card, but the IRMA cards look very similar: http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/det/40314/IRMA-PC-3278-Decision-Support-Interface/
The Portable II's BIOS ROMs slip right into the AT driver, and I'll issue a PR later, but I've also dumped the keyboard controller and the EGA BIOS which unfortunately doesn't work out of the box with our driver. I'll leave that stuff for people who know what they're doing
Files are on the FTP and here.