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IBM Type 407 Accounting Machine O’Sullivan (1955)

IBM Type 407 Accounting Machine O’Sullivan (1955)

VAX-11/780 compatible KFKI TPA-11/580. With the VAX/VMS OS it could uitilze up to 4 Gigs of memory.

VAX-11/780 compatible KFKI TPA-11/580. With the VAX/VMS OS it could uitilze up to 4 Gigs of memory.

Retrospace: Tech #12: Jurassic Office: The Age of Giant Computers

Retrospace: Tech #12: Jurassic Office: The Age of Giant Computers

Woman Operating an IBM 1620 Data Processing

Woman Operating an IBM 1620 Data Processing

Designed by the legendary German engineer Konrad Zuse, the Z4 computer was a follow-up to its pioneering predecessor, the Z3 computer he built in 1941 (the world’s first programmable, automatic computing machine). The Z4 used about 4,000 watts of power and ran at approximately 40 Hz. It had 64 32-bit registers, the equivalent of 512 byte of memory. One addition took 0.4 seconds.

Designed by the legendary German engineer Konrad Zuse, the Z4 computer was a follow-up to its pioneering predecessor, the Z3 computer he built in 1941 (the world’s first programmable, automatic computing machine). The Z4 used about 4,000 watts of power and ran at approximately 40 Hz. It had 64 32-bit registers, the equivalent of 512 byte of memory. One addition took 0.4 seconds.

Commodore 64 D64 Disk Files, Commodore Internet Gaming | CommodoreServer.com

Commodore 64 D64 Disk Files, Commodore Internet Gaming | CommodoreServer.com

The first digital camera prototype made by Kodak engineer Steve Sasson in December 1975.

The First Digital Camera (1975)

The first digital camera prototype made by Kodak engineer Steve Sasson in December 1975.

The Amiga 2000 an awesome graphics computer way ahead of its time.  Commodore never marketed enough to become popular.  My dad still has it in his basement.

The Amiga 2000 an awesome graphics computer way ahead of its time. Commodore never marketed enough to become popular. My dad still has it in his basement.

SIG-100 illustration in the October 1968 Telefunken company magazine with the Rollkugel "mouse" attached. Apparently the button was added later.

SIG-100 illustration in the October 1968 Telefunken company magazine with the Rollkugel "mouse" attached. Apparently the button was added later.

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