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Toshiba T1100 — why a laptop without a hard drive was named an IEEE milestone of electronic engineering?

A laptop, which was intended “for mobile professionals”, with up to 8 hours of battery life, with an $1899 price… in 1985. How was it possible? This is a hero of this story, Toshiba T1100 Plus:

Let’s check how it works.

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Dmitrii Eliuseev

Dmitrii Eliuseev

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