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Epson PX8 Laptop with a CP/M OS and a Tape drive — when Laptops were fun

I will not be terribly wrong if I say that most laptops nowadays look the same. But it was not the case at the very beginning of the era of portable computers. Let's take a look at the Epson PX8 — a laptop with three microprocessors, RAM disk, microcassette tape drive and a full-fledged OS CP/M, released in 1984:

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Dmitrii Eliuseev

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