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Patch Bay Computer -- Image links to  article on analog computers and calculators by the Museum of Computer and Communication Technology.

Patch Bay Computer -- Image links to article on analog computers and calculators by the Museum of Computer and Communication Technology.

Early electronic computers, developed around the 1940’s, were the size of a large room and consumed huge amounts of electricity. They were vastly different to the modern computers we use today, especially when compared to small and portable laptop computers.- Selpore IT - Google+

The world's first stored-program computer, the Manchester Small-Scale Experimental Machine (SSEM) or Baby, built at the Victoria University of Manchester by Frederic C. Williams, Geoff Tootill and Tom Kilburn

HP 9830, introduced in 1972, was the first desktop all-in-one computer.

HP introduced in was the first desktop all-in-one computer.

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