eBook as envisioned in 1980  
Touch screen, alpha numeric keypad, light pen, and 1 million bits of random access memory. Each book is a separate laser-read video disc. Apps can be changed with a small replaceable cartridge.
From Libraries and librarians in an Age of Electronics by F.W. Lancaster (1982).

eBook as envisioned in 1980 

Touch screen, alpha numeric keypad, light pen, and 1 million bits of random access memory. Each book is a separate laser-read video disc. Apps can be changed with a small replaceable cartridge.

From Libraries and librarians in an Age of Electronics by F.W. Lancaster (1982).

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