That's Issac Asimov hawking Tandy Computers in 1982.
The Trash (sorry, TRS)-80. Dig that TV standard resolution and a whole 16k of RAM. Throw in an 8 inch floppy drive and copies of Super-Bustout and Electric Pencil and you're in the realm of science fiction. Ah, those were the days; heady times when the personal computer was new and exciting.
Good luck finding a famous science fiction author to endorse Vista today.
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