christopher.chan at bradbury.edu.hk
Tue Jul 13 03:43:07 UTC 2010
On Tuesday, July 13, 2010 09:50 AM, Liam Proven wrote:
> On 13 July 2010 02:06, Douglas Pollard<dougpol1 at verizon.net> wrote:
>> What's a lugable. I don't remember ever hearing that
>> term. Doug
> "Luggable" (two Gs) was an informal term in the 1980s for
> lunchbox-sized portable mains-powered computers.
No wonder you guys are so big. I'm considered a big eater over here but
my lunchbox pales in comparison. Of course, you guys have in your favour
the fact that no matter how much I eat, I still do not put on any weight.
> Famous examples included the Osborne-1, Commodore SX64 and the Compaq
> Portable 1, II and III.
What graphics card does that 3 screen luggable sport? Does it come with
joystick, rudders and throttle too? Oh, a 6-dimension motorized frame
and seat would be great too.
> One of the last companies making machines of that formfactor was Dolch:
I had to ask...this looks rather recent...man, it solves the question of
where to locate the screens and the case on the frame. All up front! Now
for a frame...
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