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
(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
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.