Poll: Best *monochrome* laptop display

From: Mike Cheponis <mac_at_Wireless.Com>
Date: Fri Apr 7 19:47:40 2000

It's -definitely- the Macintosh portable. I was the engineer at Apple who
was responsible for measuring the quality of that display, and spent much of
my time at Hosiden's factory outside Osaka. Fun days...


On Fri, 7 Apr 2000, David Vohs wrote:

> What is, in your opinion, the best laptop with the best monochrome screen.
> If I was asked I'd definitely say the Macintosh Portable.
> I'd say this because this computer was one of the first to use active matrix
> screen technology. Do remember, in 1989 that was more or less new
> technology!
> I hate to do this, but I'm going to have to limit this to laptops with
> monochrome screens. The last time I did a poll on this list (Top 10: Best
> laptop keyboard) it went totally off.
> ____________________________________________________________
> David Vohs, Digital Archaeologist & Computer Historian.
> Computer Collection:
> "Triumph": Commodore 64C, 1802, 1541, FSD-1, GeoRAM 512, Okimate 20.
> "Leela": Macintosh 128 (Plus upgrade), Nova SCSI HDD, Imagewriter II.
> "Delorean": TI-99/4A.
> "Monolith": Apple Macintosh Portable.
> "Spectrum": Tandy Color Computer 3.
> "Boombox": Sharp PC-7000.
Received on Fri Apr 07 2000 - 19:47:40 BST

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