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Original IBM Personal Computer, model number 5150. Introduced on August 12, 1981, ushering in an era dominated by IBM's PCs.

The original IBM Personal Computer, model number Introduced on August ushering in an era dominated by IBM's PCs. Today, the IT giant is no longer in the personal computer business.

The Commodore Educator 64 I had never heard of this device before, and first thought it was a hoax, but it looks authentic.

My second computer, IBM 5150, with 4.77 megahertz, eventually added a huge 40 megabyte hard drive, which could hold one high resolution photo of my daughters now.

The original IBM PC, the 5150 - when micro computing became serious and IBM blew it by believing the operating system was unimportant and bought MS - DOS off Bill Gates. Changed the future of computing - MS - DOS still seems to be alive and kicking!

Commodore PET, January 1977. PET, or the Personal Electronic Transactor is the first Commodore computer. Designed by Chuck Peddle, PET is one of the very first user-friendly computers. It was designed around the MOS Technologies 6502 CPU, which eventually came to be used in many of the popular computers of the day - the Apple II, Atari 400/800, AIM-65, and others.  It had built-in display, built-in cassette drive, and one of the worst keyboards at price  US$795.

Commodore PET, January PET, or the Personal Electronic Transactor is the first Commodore computer. Designed by Chuck Peddle, PET is one of the very first user-friendly computers. It was designed around the MOS Technologies 6502 CPU, which eventually

bolinho de carne petisco

These Saucy Asian Meatballs are super easy to make, and are a perfect appetizer, game day snack, or main course. You can use ground turkey instead. I used tamarin instead of soy sauce and served with brown rice for a main course. They were a success!