Hewlett Packard HP85A Personal Computer. Hewlett Packard's first Series 80 microcomputer, introduced about 1979. It had a keyboard, a dual alpha/graphics monochrome display, a bidrectional alphanumerics and graphics printer, and mass storage tape drive all integrated into a marvelously designed and compact case. It's operating system was seemlessly integrated with a powerful BASIC programming language that included intuitive graphics and input/output capabilities
8-bit Microprocessor 64k Ram (Expandable to 544k) Built in 6 CRT Display Alphanumeric Keyboard Introduced 1979 and Obsoleted in 1987 Power on test only. Unable to test printer and tape drive or any other function.