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Old Computers

Exhibits old, rare and obsolete computers from the year 1970 to 1991, with images, specifications and other information. Includes old computer advertisements and classic computer avatars.
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old,rare,vintage,antiques,collectable,museum,computers
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Early personal computers were nothing like present day computers, they had personality! Each was different and more exciting than the previous, with new features and capabilities.
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Compaq Portable
The Compaq Portable was the first 100% compatible IBM computer clone. Why make an IBM clone? Because the IBM PC was extremely popular, and taken very seriously by businesses looking for a computer system.
, Osborne 1
The Osborne 1 is considered to be the first true portable, full-featured computer. It includes all the components required to be a completely useful and operational computer system
, Apple II
The Apple II, or Apple ][, became one of the most popular computers ever. Although it is a vast improvement over the Apple I, it contains the same processor and runs at the same speed.
Owner Name: Dion I. Campos
Date added: Thursday, February 27, 2014
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