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  • Epson HX-20

    Epson HX-20
    The Epson HX-20 is considered the first laptop-sized notebook computer. Patented by Suwa Seikosha's Yukio Yokozawa and introduced by Japanese company Seiko Epson. It was released in 1982, Epson had crammed in a mechanical keyboard, LCD display, tiny printer and microcassette drive. With rechargeable batteries that offered “up to” 50 hours run time. It has since enhanced our lives by opening an endless progression of computers and capabilities.
  • Sony CDP 101

    Sony CDP 101
    The Sony CDP 101 is considered the first compact disc player. It was launched in 1982 by Sony. Remarkably has been a great invention and enhanced our lives by having the ability to play music.
  • Windows by Microsoft

    Windows by Microsoft
    Microsoft released an operating system, Windows, with a graphical user interface that included drop-down menus, scroll bars and other features. Has since enhanced our lives by allowing us to be more productive in the software world and facilitating many features.
  • Kodak's Disposable Camera

    Kodak's Disposable Camera
    Kodak Fling 200 combined camera and film manufactured by Eastman Kodak Company. Has enhanced our lives by allowing to capture meaningful photographs.
  • WWW

    Tim Berners-Lee World Wide Web (WWW). The Web was originally conceived and developed to meet the demand for automated information-sharing between scientists in universities and institutes around the world. Has enhanced our lives by magnifying it's used and being worldwide allowing the access to infinite resources.