The Acorn Electron was a budget version of the BBC Micro
The Jupiter Ace 8-bit micro from the early 1980s
It was my first PC. I bought it back in 1986. By 1990 I was crazy enough to own three of them. Somehow, which I can’t exactly put my finger on, this computer was a thrill to use. Why? Maybe because it was way ahead of its time back then. Maybe...
The SAM Coupe was an 8-BIT machine from MGT
The Commodore PET or Personal Electronic Transactor' was the first home micro from CBM
So what did the first computer look like? This article looks at a few of the earliest computational devices in the world, giving a brief history. Want to see just how far we've come? Read on!
The first true computer was actually designed but never built by Charles Babbage more than 170 years ago. The design relied on rotating cogs and steam power, but it was capable of doing essentially all the computations done by our modern electronic computer, but at a much slower speed....
The Commodore 65 is a rare machine that can be worth a small fortune. Developed in the 1980s the Commodore 65 was never given a full commercial release
UNIVAC is a name that is a combination of syllables and letters: UNIV-A-C. It means Universal Automatic Computer and was developed by Dr. Presper Eckert.
Most people think of images of what have been called the Greys when they think of aliens. Freeman Fly thinks they actually come from the Inner Earth and that PCs are a form of alien technology.