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The ‘Luggable’ laptop, how does it look today? Part I — Toshiba T3100

Nowadays laptops are compact, lightweight and powerful. But how did it all begin? Here is the review of the Toshiba T3100/20 made in 1986 — one of the first ‘luggable’ laptops.

It is always nice to have a portable computer with all the files, documents and programs installed, especially for people who travel often or work from different locations. But in the 80s the average personal computer was looking like this:

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Dmitrii Eliuseev

Dmitrii Eliuseev

Python and IoT Developer, data science and electronics enthusiast

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