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The capabilities of the PC have changed greatly since the introduction of
electronic computers. The introduction of the
microprocessor led to the proliferation of personal computers
After about 1975.
Early personal computers - generally called microcomputers - were sold often in
Electronic kit form mostly to
hobbyists and technicians. By 1977, mass-market pre-assembled computers
allowed a wider range of people to use computers and
Throughout the late 1970s and into the 1980s, computers were developed for
household use, offering personal productivity, programming and games. Somewhat
larger and more expensive systems were aimed for office and small business
Eventually the market segments lost any technical distinction; business
computers acquired color graphics capability and sound, and home computers and
game systems users used the same processors and operating systems as office
workers. Mass-market computers had graphics capabilities and memory comparable
to dedicated workstations of a few years before. Even local area networking became a standard feature of the personal computers used at home.
Best known Vintage computer hardware, classic systems,
workstations and mainframes include the following models:
Kenbak-1, Apple II, Atari 800, Atari 400, Mits Altair
8800, Commodore, Amiga, Sinclair
Datapoint 2200 - the earliest known device that resemble a
modern personal computer
The Xerox Alto -a small minicomputer, the first to use a mouse,
MITS Altair 8800
The MITS Altair - the first commercially successful home computer
Apple 2 Computers.. Apple Lisa and Macintosh
TRS-80 Model I - Tandy Corporation's desktop microcomputer model line.
The Commodore PET, VIC-20,
the Commodore 64 , Commodore Amiga 1000, Atari 8-bit family, the Sinclair ZX80 , ZX81 and ZX Spectrum,
the TI 99/4A, the BBC Micro, the Amstrad/Schneider CPC 464/CPC 646/CPC 6128
family, the Oric Atmos, the Coleco Adam, the SWTPC 6800 and 6809 machines, the
Tandy Color Computer/Dragon 32/64, the Exidy Sorcerer, and the Japanese MSX
The IBM PC.
IBM PC clones , Seequa Chameleon & Compaq.