|Country of Origin||Hong Kong|
|Expansion||RAM and peripherals|
|Notes||The Laser 50 was an educational computer that ran BASIC and also doubled as a calculator. Considering the handle built into the case it was also a portable.|
|Related Items in Collection||Heathkit ET-3400 and other trainers.|
|Related Items Wanted||Any of the peripherals made for the machine.|
The Laser 50 was an interesting little training PC. It had a full-travel keyboard that was easier to type on than many of the early "cheap" computers and it was reasonably capable and expandable.
The example in my collection is a little tempermental, but it has been known to run. It came boxed with the manual and some other literature.
Per this ad the Laser 50 could be had with any number of peripherals including a tape drive and printer.