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Hewlett Packard HP-85 Computer/Calculator Working

Hewlett Packard Computer/Calculator Working in Consumer Electronics, Vintage Electronics, Vintage Calculators

Apple APPLE 1 The story of the development of the Apple 1 has became a "legend". Here's how it goes: Steve Wozniak, was working for Hewlett-Packard at the time, wanted to build his own computer. He couldn't afford the Intel 8080 CPU (this CPU was very popular then, as it was used in the Altair 8800 & IMSAI 8080, but was pretty expensive). He would have used the Motorola 6800 but it was also much too expensive.

Before MBPs & iPads. there's Apple 1 (first Apple computer) 1976

taigas-vintage-stuff:  16 hour battery? that’s impressive!  And it only weighs 9 pounds. ;)

13 Goofy Ads From The Early Days Of Computing

101 Classic Computer Ads - Boing Boing

Eighties Galaxy : Photo

Commodore VIC20  http://media.tumblr.com/2m8BXUfriho4o9rfgiK6WGQvo1_500.jpg

I had a but the Vic 20 was it's Betamax cousin. I learned to originally program on a Vic 20

The IBM PC XT 286 is an intermediate computer between the  IBM PC XT  and the  IBM PC AT . It had a very short career because most of its features can be found in the PC AT. My first computer.    Contrary to the PC XT, it has a saved clock and a calendar.      James G. Davis  reports:  Only a few were made-maybe 20,000. Someone with IBM told me that they stopped making them when they had used up all the XT boxes, since the new ATs used a different box.

The IBM PC XT 286 is an intermediate computer between the IBM PC XT and the IBM PC AT . It had a very short career because most of its features can be found in the PC AT. Contrary to the PC XT, it has a saved clock and a calendar.

“IBM 113 with 1MB hard drive capacity. #museumofmodernhistory #excursion #ibm”

“IBM 113 with hard drive capacity.

1958 - Una operadora del sistema de proceso de datos IBM 1620

humanoidhistory: Woman operating an IBM 1620 data processing system, circa (Calisphere)

1962 IBM 1620 Computer.

1962 IBM 1620 Computer.

HP 2116... HP's first computer, the HP 2116A, was introduced in 1966. It was developed as a versatile instrument controller for HP's growing family of programmable test and measurement products. In an early version of -plug and play,- it interfaced with a wide number of standard laboratory instruments, allowing customers to computerize their instrument systems. The 2116A was the largest single mechanical package HP had built to date, and it marked HP's first use of integrated circuits.

HP HP's first computer and first use of integrated circuits