Pierpaolo Basile

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“Commodore Amiga 500” Advertisement

Once upon a time, in the the Commodore Amiga computer pushed digital audiovisuals to a next level.

Tuesday, July 23, 1985 – Commodore launches the Amiga personal computer at Lincoln Center in New York. Andy Warhol created a portrait of Debbie Harry during the demonstration. Amiga made waves in the press with its high-resolution color graphics and stereo sound.

Commodore launches the Amiga personal computer 23 July 1985 at Lincoln Center in New York. Andy Warhol created a portrait of Debbie Harry during the demonstration. Amiga made waves in the press with its high-resolution color graphics and stereo sound.

Xerox Alto (The First Computers Designed For Individual Use), 1973

In this series, we feature the Xerox Alto, - the first graphical user interface based computer developed during the A ground breaking product developed by Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center that would eventually influence all modern computers.

PDP8 1965 Digital Equipment Corporation considered the first successful mini computer, Computer History Museum

The was the first successful commercial minicomputer, produced by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) and introduced on March 22 1965

Amiga 500 #retro #1987 #computer

The best selling model, the Amiga was introduced in 1987 and became the leading home computer of the late and early