T-series T1100. One of my first notebook computers was the Toshiba T1100. I actually upgraded from the single 3.5 inch floppy drive to a 10 Megabyte hard drive on this baby for around $900. I can't remember what I paid for it; but, it was around $1,100. It weighed almost 10 pounds, and you could get a 300 baud modem to go with it. It had a small monochrome green screen, and a basic keyboard. It was actually a step up from my Olivetti TS-401 electronic typewriter, which I paid $5,000 for. Amazing, isn't it? No, not that I am that old; that we have come so far in 25 years. Check out the state of the art specs on this guy. It had a 25 line display; which was a far cry from the one line display on the Olivetti. It ran IBM PC software, like Lotus, and PCWrite word processing software. With 256K RAM, you had to be a programmer to optimize it. Later on, software appeared that allowed a menu list of options.