History Of Laptops
Before laptop/notebook computers were technically feasible, similar ideas had been proposed, most notably Alan Kay's Dynabook concept, developed at Xerox PARC in the early 1970s. What was probably the first portable computer was the Xerox NoteTaker, again developed at Xerox PARC, in 1976. However, only 10 prototypes were built.
Read more about History Of Laptops: Osborne1, Bondwell 2, Other CP/M Laptops, Compaq Portable, Epson HX-20, GRiD Compass, Dulmont Magnum/Kookaburra, Ampere, Tandy Model 100, Sharp and Gavilan, Kyotronic 85, Commodore SX-64, Kaypro 2000, IBM PC Convertible, Toshiba T1100, T1000, and T1200, US Air Force, Cambridge Z88, Compaq SLT/286, NEC UltraLite, IBM RS/6000 N40, Windows 95 Operating System, Intel Pentium Processor, Improved Technology, Netbooks, Smartbooks
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