Epson HX-20: It could mean the end of the rubber duck as we know it
From the time when the only colours allowed in anyone's decorative colour scheme were black, red and grey comes this advert from Epson - perhaps one of the more irresponsible ever, given the potent mi...
Are you the QX-10 that undertakes financial modelling, stock control, book-keeping...?
This advert is for the somewhat-flawed Epson QX-10, a machine aimed at the IBM/Sirius market and which was launched less than two months after Epson's previous HX20 portable. The QX-10 was a Zilog Z80...
The Epson HX-20: for Business on the Move
Considered to be the world's first mobile computer, the HX-20 came from a company better known for its printers (which Epson had been producing for 20 years). The HX-20 was first announced in 1981 but...
The new Epson PC Plus. It makes others look like PC Plod
This is yet another entry in the pantheon of almost-identical beige boxes that came to define the industry for years. Unfortunately for Epson, the copywriter over-stretches the "PC Plod" metaphor, in ...