The smallest S/36 had 128K of RAM and a 30 MB hard drive. (That's 128 kilobytes... less than some modern calculators. And the mammoth 12-inch hard drive spindle could be replaced by the storage capacity of a JumpDrive.)
The expensive check forms must be perfectly aligned or all of the numbers won't fit in the little boxes, which is tragic.
I had better stop now or I'll end up quoting the whole article or being accused of plagiarism, or both. But for your reading pleasure: