500pg PC History Altair 8800 Windows 1.0 TRS-80 Steve Jobs 1984 Macintosh IBM PC For Sale

500pg PC History Altair 8800 Windows 1.0 TRS-80 Steve Jobs 1984 Macintosh IBM PC


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500pg PC History Altair 8800 Windows 1.0 TRS-80 Steve Jobs 1984 Macintosh IBM PC:
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Comprehensive History of the Personal Computer, 1960s-1990s ~ 528 pagesDEC LINC-8 • Xerox Alto • Kenbak-1 • Mark-8 • MITS Altair • Apple 1 & II, Lisa & Macintosh •Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak • Bill Gates & Paul Allen • IBM 5150 •Scelbi 8H • RLE Micral • SWTPC
Almost encyclopedic in scope and boasting an extensive bibliography, up for sale is a fascinating, in-depth history of the personal computer revolution. Early personal computing, the "first" personal computer, the invention of the microprocessor at Intel, and the first microcomputer are detailed,describing not only the hardware and software but also the companies and people who made it happen.In addition, the book traces the evolution of the personal computer from a homebrew hobby device to itsascendanceas a consumer appliance.
***Some highlighting throughout. Overall, the book is in very good condition. Softcover, 528 pages. Copyright 2001. This item ships WORLDWIDE.


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