My first computer I purchased was a Kaypro II running the CP/M operating system and sporting the ultra-zippy 2.5Mhz Z80 CPU. It had a ripping 64K of RAM and not one but TWO single sided single density floppy drives! Ah yeah. Plus, as it was made of metal and was a single piece (including the 9" 24 lines by 80 character green display!) you could (if you were strong enough) carry it around from place to place. Now, no one else had a computer back then and there was only a single serial port and one parallel port, so LAN parties were right out. But I did have a color printer (it had BOTH a black ribbon and a red ribbon for the typewriter to use. DELUXE!)
The thing was nicknamed Darth Vader's Lunchbox.
Good times. Good times.