A nifty little personal computer, now obsolete. Our Kaypro II had a keyboard that snapped onto the all-in-one motherboard/monochrome monitor and had a handle on top. This guy I know lugged his all over the Australian Outback. They were quite rugged. It took a 5 1/4 floppy and had no hard drive. It ran CP/M and Basic, and you could play Adventure/Colossal Cave, Hunt the Wumpus, and so on, in lovely green ASCII graphics. It also ran WordStar, a kick-ass word processor for its time, which, by the way, was 1982.