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Hewlett-Packard 95LX (1991) – 	11oz / 312g powered by a   5.37 MHz CPU with 512K RAM with a 248 x 128 screen. Dos 3.1 was on a ROM.

Another prize I won from HP: "The HP (also known as Project Jaguar) was the first MS-DOS pocket computer or personal digital assistant, introduced by Hewlett-Packard in April 1991 in collaboration with Lotus Development Corporation.

HP-9100A Desktop Calculator

The was the world's first programmable scientific desktop calculator. Picture taken from a brochure.

Dragon 32. Advanced 6809 Microprocessor. Powerful 32K RAM.     Extended Microsoft Basic. Professional Quality Keyboard. Free BASIC Training Manual. Nine Color Display. Five Different Resolutions up to 256x192.      Sound and Music Capability. Uses Home UHF TV Set and Standard Cassette Recorder.

A Dragon I used to play a game called "Ugh!" on one of these, you played a caveman trying to evade a T-Rex!

NEC PC8201A Portable Computer.

NEC portable computer similar to Radio Shack TRS 80 Model 100

VTL Teachatron Computer (J.C. Penney) (1984).

VTL Teachatron Computer (J.C. Penney) (1984).

World's First Laptop Computer- Epson HX-20.

World's First Laptop Computer- Epson

Hewlett Packard 85B w/IO ROM Desktop Computer.

Hewlett Packard 85B w/IO ROM Desktop Computer.

1980 HP introduces its first personal computer, the HP-85. The unit had input/output modules that allowed it to control instruments, add on more powerful peripherals and even to talk to other computers.

1980 HP introduces its first personal computer, the The unit had input/output modules that allowed it to control instruments, add on more powerful peripherals and even to talk to other computers.

Clear Hewlett Packard 110 laptop (1986).

Clear Hewlett Packard 110 laptop (1986).

Rockwell International AIM 65  computer was designed to be a development system for 6502 based computers. It had no display except for a small 20 character LED screen and a very small thermal printer located directly on the motherboard which could print everything that was typed on the keyboard.

Rockwell International AIM 65 computer was designed to be a development system for 6502 based computers. It had no display except for a small 20 character LED screen and a very small thermal printer located directly on the motherboard which could print everything that was typed on the keyboard.

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