EO Personal Communicator 440
EO used GO Corporation’s sophisticated PenPoint operating system, one of the first created for graphical tablets. The EO, a full-featured tablet computer with a wireless modem, previewed the future but failed in the market.View Artifact Detail
Taking it with You
Early computers were so heavy that the floor below sometimes needed reinforcing. Today, computers slip into purses or pockets and are misplaced as easily as keys.
Miniaturization and falling costs made it possible to take computers everywhere, and to merge them with devices like phones and cameras. Wireless communication over global networks weaves computing into our lives wherever we go.