The Laptop Race: Can The U.S. Hold Its Lead In Lap Four?

The Great Laptop Saga, Chapter One: Japanese personal computer giants figure out how to cram 30 pounds of circuitry into lightweight machines. Toshiba and NEC take the lead in an exploding market. Chapter Two: American rivals figure it out, too. Chapter Three: With better technology, U.S. laptop makers Compaq, Apple, and IBM seize control of the market for notebook-size computers.

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