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.
The Amstrad CPC computer, featuring an integrated tape recorder. It wasn't as successful as the Commodore 64 or the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, but a lot of games were available for the Amstrad as well.
A vederle oggi 20/30 anni dopo, fanno sorridere: eppure quando le prime pubblicità hi-tech apparvero sui giornali fu come vedere il futuro. Un'immersione in un mondo dove i computer sarebbero stati alla portata di tutti, coi loro schermi a 4 colori e hard disk così capienti da poter contenere… 2 brani mp3. Ma come tutte le cose anche l'hi-tech teme l'effetto vintage: smette di funzionare e diventa memoria di come eravamo. Non ci credete? Date un'occhiata a queste 11 pubbl...
- one of the first widely used "dumb terminals". Hospitals loved them, and put them everywhere. 80 characters wide, 24 lines! Nice, crisp letters that didn't drive you batshit after several hours of staring at the screen.
From the invention of computer programming languages up to the many if not most computer programmers created, edited and stored their programs line by line on punched cards. The practice was nearly universal with IBM computers in the era.
First computer mouse | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Doug Engelbart invented the first computer mouse in 1968, but there was a lot of keyboard typing that still needed to be done. No moving the cursor by moving the mouse.