The world's first laptop looked creepy, and you can write jokes about the speed of its processor

March 29, 1983, 37 years ago, the world's first mobile computer was introduced. True, he was not at all like that,

how everyone imagines a technique called a “laptop” today.

The name of this proud Japanese brainchild is TRS-80 Model100. By today's standards, the device looks inconspicuous: a large keyboard is crowned with a rectangular monochrome display located horizontally. A terrible sight, of course, and in general design, like a calculator for buckwheat sellers on the market.