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The laptop turns 35

April 3, 1981 marked the introduction of the Osborne 1, the first mass-produced Laptop computer. Three-and-a-half decades later, laptops are now much more portable – but how do they compare to the deeper vision that sparked them, and what lays ahead? Gizmag talks with Dr. Alan Kay, the personal computing visionary who came up with the notion of a notebook computer, and Lee Felsenstein, designer of the first commercially available laptop, to get their views.

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Category: Laptops


  • Portable
  • OLPC
  • Laptop
  • History

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