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The ‘Luggable’ laptop, how does it look today? Part II — Toshiba T3200 from 1989

Nowadays everybody can afford a laptop. But how did this era begin? Let’s travel back to the time when portable computers were large, heavy and expensive. This is the Toshiba T3200SX from 1989 — a ‘luggable’ computer with 1MB of RAM, 40 MB HDD and a gorgeous 640x480 16-grey-shade gas plasma screen:

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Dmitrii Eliuseev

Dmitrii Eliuseev

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