History of the Computer

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When did you join the party?

1950: Mainframes computers
1965: Minicomputers
1975: Hobby PCs
1977: Apple II
1980: Home PCs [I BECAME A SEMI-GEEK HERE]
1981: IBM PC
1982: Apple Lisa [WORKED ON THE APPLE III AT MY FATHER’S COMPANY]
1983: IBM-compatibles
1984: Apple Macintosh
1985: UNIX workstations
1985: LANs
1986: Laptop PCs [BOUGHT MY MACINTOSH HERE]
1990: Windows PCs
1990: Notebook PCs
1992: Client/Server systems
1995: Windows 95/98 PCs
1996: Windows NT Servers
1996: PCs for Internet access
1996: WinNT workstations
1996: PCs for intranets
1997: Under $1,000 PCs [SWITCHED TO PCS HERE, BUT STILL HAVE A MAC]
1998: Web servers
1998: Apple iMac
1999: Under $500 PCs [JOINED DELL]
1999: Apple iBook
2000: Under $500 PCs
2000: Internet PCs
2000: Handheld PCs
2000: Servers for e-commerce
2000: PC appliances
2000: PCs bundled in services
2000: Computing appliances
2000: Home PC servers
2000: Servers for information appliances
2000: E-books

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