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Thread:Milestones-Nomination talk:The first laptop personal computer, 1984-1986/What a laptop personal computer is and precedence of Toshiba T-1100/reply (7)

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Thank you very much for your suggestion.  
 
Thank you very much for your suggestion.  
  
Even T1100 passes the name of the first laptop PC to DG-1 and "IBM PC compatible" does not mean an assurance that package software worked on it, we still believe that T1100 which was followed by T/J-3100 is a pioneer which opened the door to laptop PC world which connect to personal/mobile devices, now have bigger market share than Desktop PCs. Those days, main target of PCs were PC experts who had used desktop PCs which had located at special space for PCs. Toshiba tried to change this situation with T1100, called “revolution on desk” internally. Toshiba did [http://www.thecomputerarchive.com/archive/Computers/PC%20portables/Toshiba%20T1100.pdf promotion for T1100] that T1100 could be used on desk connected with monitor and could be brought off from desk side with [http://www.itworld.com/050420toshibalaptop packaged software] which users could select, while other PC’s leaflets insists their technical specification. This promotion expanded market not only for PC experts but for non-expert of PCs. Toshiba had got 40% share in European personal computer market in 1987. (Dataquest European Personal Computer Industry Service, July 1988) To enable Toshiba to do this promotion, Toshiba developed T1100 as a portable office tool, using many technologies, e.g. High-Density Packaging Technologies including developing GA ”Gate Array ICs” which makes compact and low power consumption, High-contrast LCD, rechargeable battery, and NMOS dynamic memory. Also Toshiba developed much software, e.g. power management technology which improved to the current “[http://www.acpi.info/ ACPI] (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface”. Following T1100, Toshiba developed laptop PCs <T/J-3100> and established new category “notebook PC” in 1989 ([http://pc.watch.impress.co.jp/img/pcw/docs/415/928/html/791.jpg.html J-3100 SS001] / T1000e). Do you think we could change our claim like “Pioneer of Laptop Personal Computer, T1100”?
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Even T1100 passes the name of the first laptop PC to DG-1 and "IBM PC compatible" does not mean an assurance that package software worked on it, we still believe that T1100 which was followed by T/J-3100 is a pioneer which opened the door to laptop PC world which connect to personal/mobile devices, now have bigger market share than Desktop PCs.  
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Those days, main target of PCs were PC experts who had used desktop PCs which had located at special space for PCs. Toshiba tried to change this situation with T1100, called “revolution on desk” internally. Toshiba did [http://www.thecomputerarchive.com/archive/Computers/PC%20portables/Toshiba%20T1100.pdf promotion for T1100] that T1100 could be used on desk connected with monitor and could be brought off from desk side with [http://www.itworld.com/050420toshibalaptop packaged software] which users could select, while other PC’s leaflets insists their technical specification. This promotion expanded market not only for PC experts but for non-expert of PCs. Toshiba had got 40% share in European personal computer market in 1987. (Dataquest European Personal Computer Industry Service, July 1988)  
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To enable Toshiba to do this promotion, Toshiba developed T1100 as a portable office tool, using many technologies, e.g. High-Density Packaging Technologies including developing GA ”Gate Array ICs” which makes compact and low power consumption, High-contrast LCD, rechargeable battery, and NMOS dynamic memory. Also Toshiba developed much software, e.g. power management technology which improved to the current “[http://www.acpi.info/ ACPI] (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface”.  
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Following T1100, Toshiba developed laptop PCs <T/J-3100> and established new category “notebook PC” in 1989 ([http://pc.watch.impress.co.jp/img/pcw/docs/415/928/html/791.jpg.html J-3100 SS001] / T1000e).  
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Do you think we could change our claim like “Pioneer of Laptop Personal Computer, T1100”?

Latest revision as of 04:53, 30 August 2012

Dear Apyuste-san;

Thank you very much for your suggestion.

Even T1100 passes the name of the first laptop PC to DG-1 and "IBM PC compatible" does not mean an assurance that package software worked on it, we still believe that T1100 which was followed by T/J-3100 is a pioneer which opened the door to laptop PC world which connect to personal/mobile devices, now have bigger market share than Desktop PCs.

Those days, main target of PCs were PC experts who had used desktop PCs which had located at special space for PCs. Toshiba tried to change this situation with T1100, called “revolution on desk” internally. Toshiba did promotion for T1100 that T1100 could be used on desk connected with monitor and could be brought off from desk side with packaged software which users could select, while other PC’s leaflets insists their technical specification. This promotion expanded market not only for PC experts but for non-expert of PCs. Toshiba had got 40% share in European personal computer market in 1987. (Dataquest European Personal Computer Industry Service, July 1988)

To enable Toshiba to do this promotion, Toshiba developed T1100 as a portable office tool, using many technologies, e.g. High-Density Packaging Technologies including developing GA ”Gate Array ICs” which makes compact and low power consumption, High-contrast LCD, rechargeable battery, and NMOS dynamic memory. Also Toshiba developed much software, e.g. power management technology which improved to the current “ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface”.

Following T1100, Toshiba developed laptop PCs <T/J-3100> and established new category “notebook PC” in 1989 (J-3100 SS001 / T1000e).

Do you think we could change our claim like “Pioneer of Laptop Personal Computer, T1100”?