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Isaac Asimov and Radio Shack's TRS-80 (Trash-80)

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On this day, August 12 in 1981, the biggest shake-up in the history of computing took place at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City: The IBM Personal Computer model 5150 was released.

1960: IBM employs 100,000 people. During this period, IBM made and sold massive computers to large governments and corporations. Computers were not yet devices for regular people. In 1964, MIT's Martin Greenberger took to the pages of a magazine to extoll the widespread use of computers ... and there were only 20,000!

Timex Sinclair 1000 computer (1982) - This was my very first computer. I learned how to program with it.

I remember using this Compaq computer with Lotus 123. This 'portable' computer was a whopping 28 lbs.

Commodore 64 I remember playing a game on this where you fought an ugly ogre at the end of each round. Can't remember what it was called?!

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8-inch, 5,25-inch, and 3,5-inch floppy disks. (8-bit games run off an 8-inch floppy disc on a Windows 93 computer which runs MS DOS)

The Commodore VIC20. 5KB of RAM. I think this was the first computer that i got to use in a home setting-at my friend Colin's place when i was around 11 or 12.