The Zenith TurbosPort 396 might have been one of the first true portable computers, but with a weight of 18 pounds, this was no laptop. At the same time, this computer was something to behold: in addition to being briefcase-sized, this computer boasted an LCD display with an enviable 20:1 contrast ratio. The TurbosPort was also quick and efficient, thanks to its 12-megahertz microprocessor, its 2MB RAM, and its 40MB hard disk. All this for just $7999? Who says that bigger is better?
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