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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 126. Chapters: History of computing hardware, Antikythera mechanism, PDP-1, UNIVAC I, LINC, LEO, Whirlwind, TX-2, BINAC, TX-0, JOHNNIAC, BESM, UNIVAC 1101, Burroughs large systems, Bombe, Apollo Guidance Computer, D-37C, Route Reference Com Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 126. Chapters: History of computing hardware, Antikythera mechanism, PDP-1, UNIVAC I, LINC, LEO, Whirlwind, TX-2, BINAC, TX-0, JOHNNIAC, BESM, UNIVAC 1101, Burroughs large systems, Bombe, Apollo Guidance Computer, D-37C, Route Reference Computer, DRTE Computer, Ferranti Orion, Manchester computers, Reservisor, Ferranti Sirius, D-17B, LGP-30, DATAR, Bendix G-15, Burroughs B2500, Bomba, Ferranti Mark 1, LINC-8, Atlas Computer, WITCH, UTEC, Fieldata, ILLIAC, APEXC, Automatic Computing Engine, UNIVAC II, Harwell CADET, Front panel, Metrovick 950, Electronic Recording Machine, Accounting, Olivetti Elea, TRADIC, SDS 930, Florida Automatic Computer, Digital Differential Analyzer, Ferranti Pegasus, Bendix G-20, Tyranny of numbers, CP-823/U, Simon, UNIVAC 1103, Pilot ACE, Computron tube, Accounting machine, Ferranti Mercury, SDS Sigma series, D37D, SEAC, DASK, CAP computer, EMIDEC 1100, UNIVAC Solid State, FERMIAC, SDS 940, SWAC, Odra, Z22, Mailufterl, ZEBRA, Flex machine, Strela computer, AN/USQ-17, List of vacuum tube computers, UNIVAC 1105, BRLESC, CALDIC, Electrologica X1, Titan, DBC 1012, English Electric DEUCE, Heathkit H11, AN/USQ-20, FUJIC, Serial computer, Computer Conservation Society, Wisconsin Integrally Synchronized Computer, Electrologica X8, Visual 50, Rice Institute Computer, Ternac, Oslo Analyzer, UNIVAC 1103A, UNIVAC 1102, SAPO, Mallock machine, Automatic Digital Computer M-1, Rate multiplier, Mir, DYSEAC, Harvard Mark IV, NUSSE, Water integrator, RAYDAC, Rockefeller Differential Analyzer, CAB500, TIFRAC, Z5, Autonetics Recomp II, Magnetic Drum Digital Differential Analyzer, Z11, EDSAC 2, PERM, UNIVAC 1104, NCR 304. Excerpt: The history of computing hardware is the record of the ongoing effort to make computer hardware faster, cheaper, and capable of storing more data. Computing hardware evolved from machines that needed...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 126. Chapters: History of computing hardware, Antikythera mechanism, PDP-1, UNIVAC I, LINC, LEO, Whirlwind, TX-2, BINAC, TX-0, JOHNNIAC, BESM, UNIVAC 1101, Burroughs large systems, Bombe, Apollo Guidance Computer, D-37C, Route Reference Com Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 126. Chapters: History of computing hardware, Antikythera mechanism, PDP-1, UNIVAC I, LINC, LEO, Whirlwind, TX-2, BINAC, TX-0, JOHNNIAC, BESM, UNIVAC 1101, Burroughs large systems, Bombe, Apollo Guidance Computer, D-37C, Route Reference Computer, DRTE Computer, Ferranti Orion, Manchester computers, Reservisor, Ferranti Sirius, D-17B, LGP-30, DATAR, Bendix G-15, Burroughs B2500, Bomba, Ferranti Mark 1, LINC-8, Atlas Computer, WITCH, UTEC, Fieldata, ILLIAC, APEXC, Automatic Computing Engine, UNIVAC II, Harwell CADET, Front panel, Metrovick 950, Electronic Recording Machine, Accounting, Olivetti Elea, TRADIC, SDS 930, Florida Automatic Computer, Digital Differential Analyzer, Ferranti Pegasus, Bendix G-20, Tyranny of numbers, CP-823/U, Simon, UNIVAC 1103, Pilot ACE, Computron tube, Accounting machine, Ferranti Mercury, SDS Sigma series, D37D, SEAC, DASK, CAP computer, EMIDEC 1100, UNIVAC Solid State, FERMIAC, SDS 940, SWAC, Odra, Z22, Mailufterl, ZEBRA, Flex machine, Strela computer, AN/USQ-17, List of vacuum tube computers, UNIVAC 1105, BRLESC, CALDIC, Electrologica X1, Titan, DBC 1012, English Electric DEUCE, Heathkit H11, AN/USQ-20, FUJIC, Serial computer, Computer Conservation Society, Wisconsin Integrally Synchronized Computer, Electrologica X8, Visual 50, Rice Institute Computer, Ternac, Oslo Analyzer, UNIVAC 1103A, UNIVAC 1102, SAPO, Mallock machine, Automatic Digital Computer M-1, Rate multiplier, Mir, DYSEAC, Harvard Mark IV, NUSSE, Water integrator, RAYDAC, Rockefeller Differential Analyzer, CAB500, TIFRAC, Z5, Autonetics Recomp II, Magnetic Drum Digital Differential Analyzer, Z11, EDSAC 2, PERM, UNIVAC 1104, NCR 304. Excerpt: The history of computing hardware is the record of the ongoing effort to make computer hardware faster, cheaper, and capable of storing more data. Computing hardware evolved from machines that needed...

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