Osborne Computer Corporation

The Osborne Computer Corporation (OCC) was a pioneering maker of portable computers. It was located in the Silicon Valley of the southern San Francisco Bay Area in California. Adam Osborne, the founder of the company, developed, with design work from Lee Felsenstein, the world's first mass-produced portable computer in 1981.
Laser 128
The Laser 128 is an Apple II clone, released by VTech in 1986 and comparable to the Apple IIe and Apple IIc
Commodore SX-64
The Commodore SX-64, also known as the Executive 64, or VIP-64 in Europe, is a portable, briefcase/suitcase-size "luggable" version of the popular Commodore 64 home computer and the first full-color portable computer
Compact Computer 40
The Compact Computer 40 or CC-40 is a portable computer developed by Texas Instruments and released in March 1983 for US$249. The CC-40 has a single-line 31 character LCD display, weighs 600 grams, and is powered by an AC adapter or can operate for 200
Type-in program
A type-in program or type-in listing was computer source code printed in a home computer magazine or book. It was meant to be entered via the keyboard by the reader and then saved to cassette tape or floppy disk. The result was a usable game, utility, or
Leading Edge Model D
The Leading Edge Model D is an IBM clone first released by Leading Edge Hardware in July 1985. It was initially priced at $1,495 configured with dual 5.25" floppy drives, 256 KB of RAM, and a monochrome monitor. It was manufactured by South Korean
A Princess in Berlin
A Princess in Berlin is a 1980 historical novel by Arthur R.G. Solmssen
Williams Electric Trains
Williams Electric Trains was an American toy train and model railroad manufacturer, based in Columbia, Maryland. Williams was sold to Kader via their subsidiary Bachmann Industries in October 2007, and is now identified as "Williams by Bachmann
Human Engineered Software
Human Engineered Software was an American home computer software and hardware developer/publisher from 1980 to 1984, concentrating on the Commodore 64 and the Atari 8-bit family
Boucher Manufacturing Company
The Boucher Manufacturing Company was an American toy company that specialized in toy boats and toy trains. It is best remembered today as the last manufacturer of Standard Gauge/Wide gauge toy trains until the much smaller McCoy Manufacturing revived the
Ruska Lozova
Ruska Lozova is a village (selo) in Ukraine, in Kharkiv district of Kharkiv Oblast. It belongs to Derhachi urban hromada, one of the hromadas of Ukraine. As of 2001, Ruska Lozova had a population of 5,016 people. The local government is the Rusko-Lozivska