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Jul 08 2009

A Cool Gallery of Vintage Computers

Published by at 11:01 am under Oddly Enough

Vintage Computers

Manufactured by the Nippon Electric Company (NEC, 1960), the drum-based machine was one of the earliest transistorized Japanese computers. It was used for business, scientific and engineering applications.

This is just one of the many computers that existed nearly 50 years ago.  It’s amazing that just 10 years ago I owned a computer in college that had a 1.2 GB hard drive and it cost over 2 grand.  Today my iPod mini has over 8GB of space on it.

That boggles my mind every single time I think about it.  Space just continues to shrink but it obviously wasn’t always that way.

Check out some of these vintage computers….

Punch Card and Model 077 Collator, 1937

Vintage Computers


Sage, 1954

Vintage Computers

ENIAC Wiring, 1944

Vintage Computers

Johnniac, 1954

Vintage Computers

Philco 212 Transistor Boards, 1962

Vintage Computers

Core Memory

Vintage Computers

IBM 360 Tape Drives, 1968

Vintage Computers

CDC 6600

Vintage Computers

 IBM 703 Stretch, 1961

Vintage Computers

Neiman Marcus Kitchen Computer, 1969

Vintage Computers

Osborne 1 Portable Computer, 1981

Vintage Computers

Apple I, 1976

Vintage Computers





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