The Osborne 1 came with a keyboard which could be clipped to the top of the computer to make a suitcase-sized portable that weighed in at 22lbs. The computer had a volatile memory of 64kB, but no hard memory, so everything from the operating system upwards had to be reloaded each time it was switched on. Operating system, programs and files were stored on 5 ¼" floppy discs with a capacity of 44kB. The computer was fitted with a 5" CRT screen and could be linked to most peripherals available at the time, including a modem for directly contacting other computers. It came with a word processor, "Wordstar", a spreadsheet, "Visicalc" and several programming languages including mbasic. This Osborne cost £1200, which was about 3 months' pay for its first user.