The Osborne 1 was the first laptop computer sold commercially and was released in 1981 by the Osborne Computer Corporation. Weighing in at a hefty 10.7 kg (23.5lb), the computer cost $1795 and used the CP/M 2.2 operating system.
Called the Emperor 200, this futuristic looking computer workstation offers as many as three LED computer screens, an air filtering system, electric powered leather seat, touch screen control and a wicked sound system. The unity can be built to your specifications for a cool $49,150.
A guy from Russia enjoyed the Pixar animation film so much, that he decided to create this amazing case for a tiny Intel Atom motherboard. It took only 18 days to make the fully metal case, the CAD renderings of which were based on screenshots from the movie.
While some of these pictures are apparently photoshopped to create an impressive effect, most of them feature desktop wallpapers amazingly selected to produce the optical illusion of a transparent computer display.
An ingenious and creative mod creator from the Netherlands constructed this sleek PC desk that glows in the dark and is fully functional. Equipped with 10TB of storage and completely water cooled, this creation is an entrant in the Cooler Master 2011 Case Mod Competition.
Instead of throwing away all those old floppy disks, cassette tapes or even your old computer, why not use the parts for everyday items? Check out these ingenious computer parts and cassette tapes creations.
While many of these computer interface screenshots are from classic movies such as Tron, Sleepless in Seattle and Clueless there are quite a few from more recent, and not so classic movies. Regardless, it is interesting to see how computers have changed over the years.