I know it's not quite what you're looking for, but I've got a Gateway 2000 magazine from the Summer of 1995 that has such goodies as:
- a laptop (no specs given, but based on the picture it's running Windows 3.1) for $4499
- another laptop with a 486 DX4 processor, 10.3" color display, 8 MB RAM (expandable to 24 MB), 1.5 MB Video RAM, 540 MB hard drive, 3.5" diskette drive, 14.4 modem, an "integrated pointer," Office 4.3, DOS 6.22, and Windows 3.11 for $3499
- a desktop with a 75 MHz Pentium, 8 MB RAM, 1 GB hard drive, 32-bit PCI graphics accelerator with 1 MB DRAM, 4X CD-ROM, 16-bit sound card, 14.4 modem, 3.5" diskette drive, 15" monitor, DOS 6.22, and Windows 3.11 for $2199
- a 2 GB hard drive for $799
- a 28.8 fax/modem for $149
- a programmable keyboard for $45
- 14.4 fax/modem PCMCIA card for $159
- for a laptop, an external floppy drive for $109
- an Epson Stylus color ink jet printer for $529
- 17" monitor for $639
- 4X 3-CD changer for $299
- Windows 95 on diskette for $109
Also included in the magazine are the address for a Gateway Usenet group and numbers for Gateway's BBS and download service.
There are several features about Windows 95, too. "So you will be able to enjoy the benefits of true multitasking, like downloading a file from the Internet, formatting a diskette, and working on an Excel spreadsheet - all at the same time!"
Concerning laptops: "Things like a CD-ROM drive integrated in a standard-sized [six pound] notebook computer are almost within grasp."