Osborne 1 - The First Portable Computer
The Osborne 1 was the first widely accepted portable computer that included a monitor, disk drives and all components.
It was introduced in 1981 at the West Coast Computer Faire. It had 64 Kb of memory, a 5 inch display screen and had two floppy disk drives and a full sized keyboard.
The Osborne weighed 24 pounds and relied on the CP/M operating system. It sold for $1,795 which included Micropro's Wordstar software.
The Osborne 1, was very popular. In 1982, over 125,000 Osborne computers were sold.
Date of Manufacture: 1981
Quantity Available: 1
Working Condition: Working
Physical Condition: Average
Original Box: No