Take 5 minutes and watch this engaging video: Did You Know?
I used the original 64 kilobyte IBM PC when it was first introduced in 1981 and cost about $5,000. It had a green 80×25 screen (no color, no graphics) and two 360 kilobye floppy disk drives. Laptops hadn’t been invented yet. Neither had CD-ROMs.
The past 28 years has brought a lot of change.
Last week I bought a new Toshiba laptop with 4 gigabytes of memory, dedicated video hardware (not the lower-performing integrated video), 320 GB of hard drive storage, and a DVD drive which actually labels the DVDs it burns, all for $825 at Best Buy, tax included.
The most interesting question in the above video may be “How did all those questions get answered B.G.?”
I can’t wait to see what happens in the next 28 years!