Retromodo: Intel's First Notebook Wasn't Quite Netbook Worthy

IMG_4188.JPGApparently Intel have a museum of old machines like this old model designed in Taiwan. It was based on their 386 SX processor, had a 16MB HDD, 1 hour battery life and ran DOS. The scariest part - it was only 19 years ago that this bad boy was considered cutting edge...

[Giz @ Computex] The antique laptop was shown off by Navin Shenoy during his keynote at the Intel Mobility Event at Computex yesterday. Funnily enough, in a sea of shiny new netbooks and notebooks, this was the product that really stood out from the crowd (although it wasn't necessarily in a good way).

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