The History of Computers

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The History of Computers

The toshiba libreto was the smallest PC compatable Computer till the early 2000's, it onley whghted 840g. this small little laptop imployed the AMD486 DX4, 8mb of ram, a 270mb hard drive and a 6.1 inch display.

2005

Now

1995

The Atari ST was a strong competiter to the ibm 5150 it used a moteroller 680000which had a 16bit internal bus whal the rest of the components where where 32bit, it came with 512k of ram and 1 3½ inch floppy drive

1990

2000

The history of the personal computer

1985

1980

The playstation 2 was as the name sugests was the scond in playstations line. by definition this is a computer but the general publick thinls otherwise. It uses Soney's own proprietary CPU an undisclosed amount and type of RAM. it coud display in 240i and used Sony's Proprietary Dule shock controler.

The IBM 5150 was buit to fill the fast growing personal computer market, it's starting price was $1565it had an intel 8088 CPU, 16k of ram, a monocrome moniter and graficks adapter no hard drive and 2 5 and 1/4 inch floppy drives

The Amega 3000 was the therd relese in the Amega Family it incoperated the 32bit moteroler 68030 and had 2 MB of ram. the Amega 3000 also had a 40MB hard disk.

The first Crap book pro lol wait sorry mac book pro had a core duo processer with 2mb of L2 cash, 512mb of ram, an ATI Mobility Radeon X1600, an 80GB drive, a CD-RW drive and intergrated 802.11 wifi.

In 2010 the adverage Computer might have had had one of the first intel core i3 4GB of DDR 3 an optical drive maby a floppy drive and a 200GB hard drive

2010

The Motherboard is the main circuit board for the computer, containing both soldered, nonremovable components along with sockets or slots for components that can be removed.The Central Processing Unit (CPU) is the "brain" of the computer. It executes instructions (from software) and tells other components what to do.Random Access Memory (RAM), also known as Main Memory or Primary Storage, is used to hold instructions and data while they are being used. RAM is volatile, meaning its contents are lost when the power goes off.hard disk is similar to a floppy disk but uses metal platters to store information. Hard disks are not only much faster than floppy disks but can hold huge amounts of data (hundreds of gigabytes).CD-ROM stands for Compact Disc - Read Only Memory.

References: http://www.jcmit.com/memoryprice.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_computing_1980%E2%80%9389


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