The Cambridge Z88 is a light and portable computer released in 1987 by the British company Cambridge Computer. It had a compact keyboard and a monochrome 80x8 character LCD screen. It ran on four AA batteries, had a battery life of about 20 hours and a built-in memory of 32 KB, expandable with a memory card slot.
The Z88 was popular among professionals and students for its word processor, spreadsheet application, and programming languages. It was not as popular as some other computers of the time, but is still remembered as an innovative product in portable computer development.