Looking at the keyboard of the F150, it occurs to me just how much functionality there was. Spaces are used in Japanese, but they're less important than additional character accessibility so you have extra keys for that
@DavidBlue Love to have this aesthetic come back
@cypnk imagine what sort of battery life you could cram into that case with modern batteries.
@cypnk Good gosh that computer is SEXY
@cypnk I find myself wondering where the mouse lived when it was all folded down.
@penguin42 I think that's an accessory that didn't stay attached. This is the G-150LT and there's definitely no room on the machine for a mouse
@cypnk I bet someone tried to design a mouse hole in and got rejected :-)
@penguin42 That's the most likely case. When competitors are plenty (espeically back in the late 80s - early 90s), first to market is the priority
@cypnk What software is that running in that picture?
Can't be Windows 1 as it has overlapping windows. Windows 1 was tiled only.
@dheadshot Well I did say looks a bit like it. It's entirely possible this was a custom demo of some sort. Or even no software at all and just a graphic overlay
Amazing. These seem to be pretty exotic, Japanese market only? Do you know what operating system Fujitsu used? Was it a variant of OSIV/X8?
@kurtgeis Most likely Japanese market only as I haven’t seen any sales ads in any other language. Not sure of the OS, but likely Windows 2.0 or similar
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