The World's First Portable Computer (1975) - IBM 5100
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It's small, lightweight (55 lbs) and reasonably priced (from $8975).

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Introduced in 1975, the 5100 was IBM's first production personal computer (six years before the PC!). The 5100 had an integral 5-inch CRT display, keyboard, and tape drive. It was available with APL, BASIC, or both, and with 16, 32, 48, or 64 Kbytes of RAM. The IBM PALM ("Put All Logic in Microcode") processor clocked at 1.9MHz. Storage: Internal 200K tape (DC300). Introductory price: From $8975 (BASIC with 16KB) to $19,975 (BASIC+APL with 64KB)  more
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