Apple 1 Steve Jobs MITS Altair Intel 4004 IBM Mark 1 UNIVAC Cray-1 Babbage ENIAC For Sale

Apple 1 Steve Jobs MITS Altair Intel 4004 IBM Mark 1 UNIVAC Cray-1 Babbage ENIAC


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Apple 1 Steve Jobs MITS Altair Intel 4004 IBM Mark 1 UNIVAC Cray-1 Babbage ENIAC:
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Huge Illustrated History of Computers/Integrated Circuits
Jack Kilby's First IC ~ Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak ~ Mark-8 ~ MITS Altair 8800 ~ENIAC ~ UNIVAC ~ Babbage ~ Intel 4004 & 8008 ~ MIT's Whirlwind~ 1960s Fairchild Micrologic
322 Stunning Pages of PhotosFrom Babbage, Pascal, and Hollerith, to the ENIAC, EDVAC, UNIVAC, and Mark I, to the rise of IBM, to the early days of Intel and Fairchild, to the Altair 8800, Mark-8, and Apple 1, to the CDC Cyber and Cray, it's all in here! Weighing in at322 pages, one reader described this fascinating book as"Without a doubt one of the best books on the history of computers that I've ever read. The author tells not only the story of the machines themselves, but also of the people who built them and why they followed the paths they did. The photos and illustrations really bring the story to life; now you can actually see what these machines and people looked like!"
Apart from a little cover wear, the book is in very good condition. Copyright 1984.This item ships WORLDWIDE.
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