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Computadora Univac I

The Universal Automatic Computer or UNIVAC was a computer milestone achieved by Dr. Presper Eckert and Dr. John Mauchly, the team that invented the ENIAC computer.

1968 H632 General Purpose Digital Computer System (Honeywell Information Systems, Inc.).

Honeywell Information Systems, Inc.: General Purpose Digital Computer System (Honeywell Information Systems, Inc.

Harvard Mark-I completed in 1944  Its use was to produce mathematical tables

IBM Mark I Computer also known as the IBM Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator, or ASCC, the pioneering computer was notable for producing reliable results and its ability to run

Epson (handheld type computer)

Epson (handheld type computer)

Hewlett-Packard HP-5451A (Fourier Analyzer), 1972

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Post from May Hewlett-Packard (HP) Fourier Analyzer one of the first calculator - computer in the world. A funny photographic poster done by Berkeley University students in

Albert Einstein at Beach 1945. nice shoes

Albert Einstein on the beach wearing what most common people today would bark, "Those are Women's shoes!" (Sandals with a slight heel)

Radio Shack Calculator (1973).

1973’s ‘electronic genius’ can be yours for $99.50!

What caught my eye first in this Radio Shack advertisement from the Express on May was the “actual size” tag.

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