I wish I lived in the alternate reality where Radio Shack's 'Electronic Book' was a runaway success, Amazon copied their design and every ebook reader was actually a paper book that required a tower PC to operate. [VintageAds via boingboing]
The Electronic Book, Radio Shack 1986
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