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The TX-0 computer, built in 1955 and made operational in 1956. The TX-0 was essentially a transistorized version of MITs Whirlwind computer, although it was much smaller and slightly faster than the Whirlwind. The TX-0 was used to develop many advances in computing, including the areas of speech and handwriting recognition as well as the tools necessary to use them. Computer Jobs, Computer Build, The Computer, First Transistor, Computer History Museum, Handwriting Recognition
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The TX-0 computer, built in 1955 and made operational in 1956. The TX-0 was essentially a transistorized version of MITs Whirlwind computer, although it was much smaller and sli… 
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