The Alcatel Flash is having 187500 times more RAM than the Epson HX-20 from 1981

Alcatel Flash is having more RAM then Epson HX-20

Epson HX-20 is a legacy of Laptop era, our technology has evolved in just 25 years, imagine what will happen in 2050.

Generally regarded as the first laptop-sized portable computer, the Epson HX-20 was announced in 1981, although first sold widely in 1983. It was a simple handheld computer that featured a full-transit 68-key keyboard, introductory price was $795.


Rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries, a small dot-matrix LCD with 4 lines of text, a 24 column dot matrix printer, and 16 KB of RAM (expandable to 32 KB).The HX-20 was supplied with a gray or brown carry case. An external acoustic coupler, the CX-20, was available for the HX-20, as was an external floppy disk drive

Epson HX20-min

(Computer in its shipping carrying case)

Monitor can be used for reading and writing memory, modify CPU registers, run code at specific addresses in memory, saving/loading memory to/from a plugin option, etc


This is what this computer can do for you

HX-20 Printer-min

The recently announced Alcatel Flash is a 13.97 cm (5.5 inches) smartphone with two cameras on the back and two cameras on the front, a fingerprint scanner, 3,100mAh battery and 3GB of RAM. This means the handheld Alcatel smartphone has 187,500 times more RAM than the Epson HX-20.



Source: Wikipedia, IEEE


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