hmmm

hmmm

Probably at least 100 years, maybe more. You can tell because the material in the screen doesn't start decaying to transparency for at least half a century

a e s t h e t i c

How old are those laptops?

/sub/shittyaskscience

Something something joke about Windows

I, too, agree that there is potential for a great joke along those lines. I, too, am unable to come up with said joke.

c a m e h e r e f o r t h i s , w a s n o t d i s s a p o i n t e d

I can come up with at least 7, 8, 8.1, 10, 95, XP, or maybe even 98 Second Edition incredibly bad jokes, here.

/sub/fakealbumcovers

Now someone view this picture on their laptop on a blank nondescript white bed and line up the edges to add a layer

Sounds like a lot of joke potential to ME.

Any proof?

Cool.

The iBook is probably around 14 years, I'm not sure about the first Thinkpad but it's definitely newer than the second, I think the second Thinkpad is probably 17 to 20 years, the Toshiba is probably 19-21 years, and the Powerbook is probably around 21 years.

Also it looks like the first two have European keyboard layouts, not sure of the rest.

No

Parallax - Dimensions EP

My grandfather had a Thinkpad when he was 20 and that was back in '43.

So probably 75+ years old.

Hmmm... Let me try:

Looks like those Windows must have been a pane to set up.

No shit. You didn't know laptops existed in WW2?

Woosh