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Originally Posted by LjsI am a little surprised by bit-tech staffs first PCs - P133? 486? I would have thought they had gotten in to PCs before those days.
Originally Posted by JJWHerman Holloway? I think you mean Herman Hollerith.
Originally Posted by TheDithererIn paragraph 1, the inventor of the punched-card system should be Herman Hollerith. Great article, though.
Originally Posted by Fingers66In 1996 I threw away an IBM XT as shown in the photo, monitor and all...it still worked as I started it up before binning it!
It would probably be worth a bit now as a collectors item...
Originally Posted by kenco_ukLike Clive, my first PC was an AMD K6-2/450 from Novatech. Unlike Clive, I only shelled out £99 for a Voodoo 3 gfx card that made Midtown Madness look like the end of a rainbow.
Originally Posted by Farfalhobut I guess the hdd was 300mb or something less.
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