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Old computer that we had a long time ago. Pretty crazy how far things have gotten.

Old computer that we had a long time ago. Pretty crazy how far things have…

Bull  Micral 80/22... In 1973, the french mini-computer company R2E build the first European mini-computer and called it "MICRAL". In 1979, CII-Honeywell-Bull (now Bull), bought this company and presented this Micral 80-22 under their logo. This was a very expensive french computer conceived for the French education market. The price was set ridiculously high since the company knew that the french government would be able to pay such a price.

Bull Micral 80/22... In 1973, the french mini-computer company R2E build the first European mini-computer and called it "MICRAL". In 1979, CII-Honeywell-Bull (now Bull), bought this company and presented this Micral 80-22 under their logo. This was a very expensive french computer conceived for the French education market. The price was set ridiculously high since the company knew that the french government would be able to pay such a price.

Hewlett Packard HP 150 II Computer Model 9123D (1980s).

Vintage Hewlett Packard HP 150 II computer model 9123D Rare PC!! from 1980's

Hewlett Packard HP 150 II Computer Model 9123D (1980s).

My first computer, an Apple ][ clone called a Franklin ACE 1200.

My first computer, an Apple ][ clone called a Franklin ACE

The Macintosh II celebrates its 25th anniversary - This was my first real computer! Loved this machine.

The Apple Macintosh II is the first personal computer model of the Macintosh II series in the Apple Macintosh line and the first Macintosh to support a color display.

IBM 3278 -- The 3270 series was (is?) the standard IBM mainframe "green screen" terminal.

IBM 3278 - The 3270 series was (is?) the standard IBM mainframe "green screen" terminal. Used one of these at West Penn Power back in the early

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The IBM Personal Computer AT, more commonly known as the IBM AT and also sometimes called the PC AT or PC/AT, was IBM's second-generation PC, designed around the 6 MHz Intel 80286 microprocessor and released in 1984 as System Unit

it& 2014 they need to stop catering so much to the low end machine user base and really innovate the game and bring out it& potential not hold it back .

it's 2014 they need to stop catering so much to the low end machine user base and really innovate the game and bring out it's potential not hold it back ...
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