From AT&T to Woz's "US Festival," with DNS, TCP-IP, 1-2-3, Word, "WarGames" and even the first real mobile phone included: 1983 has a heckuva year in tech. A few have already received press attention, but only here can you find all 25 neatly assembled and alphabetized
Compaq Portable, in name only: Suppose it depends on what you mean by portable. At a not-so-svelte, 28 pounds, the Compaq Portable, while laying claim to being the first IBM-compatible carry-about, wasn't exactly ready to be slipped into a manila folder. Heavy price tag, too: US$3,590.