You’re on the road.

Fifty-five miles an hour and you’re still three hours from Atlanta. On the seat next to you is the little miracle that will make the trip worthwhile. It’s an Epson Geneva.’ A full-blown personal computer that runs on batteries and fits in a briefcase. You can’t live without it.

You’ve got sales people to beat up, cheer up, and pump up. So before you hit the road, you got sales data from the mainframe at headquarters and competitive information from the IBM PC in the regional office with Geneva’s optional modem.

With Geneva’s powerful Portable Calc software, you analyze, organize, and print the data with the optional printer. Now you’re ready to give them the good word. Or the bad news.

The Epson Geneva will help your troops get ready to take Atlanta. And it just might take you a lot further. With a massive software library and a complete line of system peripherals, the Epson Geneva PX-8 portable computer can handle sales management, or any other job you take on. And for less than $1000. For more information, call 800-421-5426 or 213-539-9140 in California.

EPSON Geneva

  1. jayessell says: June 20, 20119:37 am

    I think these were used by the NYS Highway Dept to program the roadside signs in the late 1980s.


  2. Charlene says: June 20, 201110:35 am

    I saw one a few months ago for $200 at the local antiques mall. I was more interested in the 1912 German infantry pickelhaube next to it, I’ll admit.

  3. Hirudinea says: June 20, 201112:47 pm

    Can I use iPod apps on this!?

  4. Andrew L. Ayers says: June 20, 20111:05 pm

    Has nothing on the TRS-80 Model 100…

  5. Buddy says: June 21, 20111:20 am

    It does have a masculine design esthetic. Portables these days are all so rounded and “special”.

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