MITS Altair 8800

The MITS Altair 8800 was a computer sold in 1975 through popular hobbyist magazines like Radio-Electronics, and Popular Electronics. MITS (Micro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems) had hoped to sell a couple of hundred to hobbyists and enthusiasts and were shocked when their niche hobby computer sold thousands in the very …

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AT&T 6310 User Guide

  ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE AT&T PC 6310 The AT&T PC 6310 meets the following environmental and safety specifications. Physical Characteristics (All Configurations) CPU          Monochrome Monitor    Color Monitor     Keyboard (Approx.) Size:       15″x16 1/2″x8″  12″x12 1/4″x 12″   14″x14″x14 1/2″  20″x8 1/2″x1″ Weight:           35lbs                17lbs         …

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IMSAI 8080

The IMSAI 8080 was one of the earliest microcomputers released for the public, and was released towards the end of 1975. It was made and sold by IMS Associates Inc. It was essentially a clone of the earlier released MITS Altair 8800, and is known to most computer historians as …

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IBM 5100

The IBM 5100 Portable Computer was a portable computer initially sold towards the end of 1975. It was IBM’s more advanced version of their earlier Special Computer APL Machine Portable. It is also recognized as the predecessor to the more popular IBM PC which would be released in 1981. The …

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