From: Uncle Roger <>
Date: Wed Jan 14 12:42:29 1998

At 09:48 PM 1/13/98 -0500, you wrote:
>> I think it's only portable in comparison to the mainframes of the time --
>> that's really enough. You wouldn't have really taken it home to finish up
>> or to a client's office to do an audit.
>Why not? In fact, my unit traveled around Chicago for the movie theaters.
>It would be very reasonable to get a nice fibreglass or aluminum transit
>case made that would protect the screen.

Well, I suppose it's possible (I mean, there are still a lot of wierdos out
there who haven't upgraded to Win95! 8^) but I can't go for it. I think
we'll have to agree to disagree.

Of course, this means I need one for my collection, so I can show folks what
some people think is a portable computer... Wanna send me yours? 8^)

>I would not be suprised if IBM had a travel case.
I thought someone here said they didn't?

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Uncle Roger "There is pleasure pure in being mad that none but madmen know."
Roger Louis Sinasohn & Associates
San Francisco, California
Received on Wed Jan 14 1998 - 12:42:29 GMT

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