what was the first color portable?
chrism3667 at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 23 18:14:35 CST 2006
to qualify, it would have to be mass produced, not
just some kludge ;). You know what I mean. In reality
though, the SX-64 may have predated the TIPPC. They
came out the same year, but according to
old-computers.com, the release date was 11/83, and who
knows if it could have been had in color at that point
(there was a mono version). Don't know don't know.
I'll have to do more research...
--- Fred Cisin <cisin at xenosoft.com> wrote:
> On Sat, 21 Jan 2006, Chris M wrote:
> > I FINALLY got my TI portable professional in the
> > today. Nearly 50 lbs oi. Did anything sporting a
> > crt predate this unit? Whos going to help me
> > a more modern and snappy tube?
> I'd strongly recommend to NEVER ask "FIRST?"!
> The Commodore SX64 was one of the first TO BE MASS
> But there were MANY before that.
> The Elcompco (Model V?) was built into a Halliburton
> attache case (like
> the drug dealers use), and had provision for
> connecting the viewfinder
> from a TV camera for use as a portable display.
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