That was quite a display
"It's about 20 years ago, and this pilot fish travels around the U.S. demonstrating his company's network computer at trade shows.
'The device,' says fish, 'was basically a dumb terminal connected to a PC server instead of a mainframe, and therefore capable of serving up Windows and web applications. Since the product was small and easy to miss, I would always attach an impressive 17-inch LCD flat-screen monitor that retailed for $2,000.'
In 1998, most people have never seen a flat-screen monitor..." - ComputerWorld
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