Explore Tablet Computer, Laptop Computers and more!

Explore related topics

In 1989, Jeff Hawkins created the GRidPad, the first true tablet computer, running MS-DOS. It sold some to vertical markets and military, but the public ignored it. It was heavy, expensive, and inferior to even the limited laptop computers of the time.

In 1989, Jeff Hawkins created the GRidPad, the first true tablet computer, running MS-DOS. It sold some to vertical markets and military, but the public ignored it. It was heavy, expensive, and inferior to even the limited laptop computers of the time.

Vintage military spec computer for car / Truck use with wifi running DOS

Vintage military spec computer for car / Truck use with wifi running DOS

commadore 64 - Our very first personal computer.  Awesomeness

commadore 64 - Our very first personal computer. Awesomeness

Sharp MZ 100 - My second computer. This had dual floppies and (at that time) a large backlit blue on blue LCD screen. Ran WP 5.0 and TETRIS (ya!)

Sharp MZ 100 - My second computer. This had dual floppies and (at that time) a large backlit blue on blue LCD screen. Ran WP 5.0 and TETRIS (ya!)

my first computer, TI-99/4A | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

my first computer, TI-99/4A | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Compaq Aero 1500 Pocket PC (1999)

Compaq Aero 1500 Pocket PC (1999)

Pinterest
Search