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This video displays 40 of the most popular early personal computers and covers the years: 1970 - 1980, The photo morphing montage is less than 30 seconds, so you will have to look closely! The list of these early PCs include images of the Kenbak-1 (purported to be the very first personal computer), Micral, Scelbi-8H, Mark-8, MITS Altair 8800, SwTPC 6800, Sphere Compucolor, IMSAI 8080, IBM 5100, MOS KIM-1, Sol-20, Hewlett-Packard 9825A, PolyMorphic, Cromemco Z-1, Apple I, Rockwell AIM 65, Netronics ELF II, COSMAC VIP, Apple II, Wameco QM-1A, Vector Graphic Vector-1, Commodore PET, Radio Shack TRS-80, NorthStar Horizon, Heathkit H8, Heathkit H11, Exidy Sorcerer, Dynasty art-ALEC, Ohio Scientific Superboard II, Synertek SYM-1, Interact Model One, TRS-80 model II, Bell & Howell Computer, SwTPC S/09, Heathkit H89, Atari 400, Atari 800, TI-99/4, HP-85, Sinclair ZX80, Micro Ace, IBM 5110 Model 3, TRS-80 Color Computer.
12 Mar 2007
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The Lab Rats went on location for the upcoming episode 176, shot on location at the Personal Computer Museum. Andy Walker chats with Syd Bolton, an avid personal computer collector and Curator of the Personal Computer Museum in Brantford, Ontario.
16 Jun 2009
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Yep I Did it i always wanted to blow up a computer. Enjoy
22 Oct 2009
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*******www.epowertuneup**** - Considering of getting the PC upgraded since it is so slow? Is the PC creating problems to suit your needs in between your important assignments?
27 Sep 2010
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New S-XGen Ultra Mobile Personal Computer and Communications Device from Seamless Offers Almost Full-sized Keyboard and up to Eight Hour Battery Life S-XGen First Practical UMPC for All-Day Computing and Communications on the Road CARSON CITY, NV, January 09, 2007 / PRNewswire / — A New Ultra Mobile Portable Computer (UMPC) and Communications device offering an innovative new design debuted today at the 2007 Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. The S-XGen™ from Seamless Wi-Fi (OTC BB: SLWF) subsidiary Seamless Internet is the first UMPC to integrate all of the computing and digital functionality of other UMPC's in a design that offers a near full-size keyboard and an ultra-productive eight-hour battery life. Created for serious business users, the S-XGen combines several digital products into a single, easy-to-access device. The unit's extra long battery life and fold-out keyboard makes the S-XGen a serious full-day work partner that puts an end to frustrating text messaging-style 'dumb thumb' typing and 'low battery' AC-power searches. "Virtually all UMPC's offer similar applications but the S-XGen combines a variety of productivity-enhancing digital devices into a single platform that offers users the ability to be truly mobile powerhouses," said Al Reda, Chairman of Seamless Wi-FI. "The unit's industry-leading eight hour battery life makes the S-XGen a mobile device that seriously addresses the real needs of today's mobile road warriors – on a plane, in a taxi or out in the field." The S-XGen is a handheld device that eliminates the need for a separate laptop, cell phone, Tablet PC and PDA. Based around the intel PXA 270 Xscale™ 520 MHz processor, the base S-XGen includes 256MB of RAM, a 20GB hard drive and Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and tri-band cellular wireless and direct Ethernet, USB and RJ45 connectivity. A 4-inch TFT 470 x 280 resolution touch screen provides brilliant imagery and video web cam, microphone and media playback and gaming controls are built-in. The S-XGen comes ready to run with Microsoft® Windows® Pocket PC and Microsoft Office® Mobile Suite preinstalled. The total size of the S-XGen is approximately 6.5 inches long by 3.8 inches wide and it weighs only 14 oz. For real mobile productivity the most compelling attributes of the S-XGen are its Qwerty layout near full-size fold-out keyboard and a battery life rated at an industry high of up to 8 hours of use. The MSRP of the S-XGen with Microsoft Office included is $1,395.00. Units are shipping in Q1 2007. Seamless Internet is demonstrating the S-XGen at CES Booth Number IP 255 and IP 271 at the Sands Innovation Pavilion at the 2007 CES.
9 Jan 2007
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TV On PC software on sale for just $7. The regular price is $49.99. This software is for watching over 1000 High Definition LIVE TV channels on your personal computer (PC).
29 Mar 2010
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*******satellitedirectdownload**** - Satellite Direct Review - The Fact About this TV to Personal Computer Tool. Get all the facts about this Internet TV software before you order it.
16 Mar 2013
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well this is a short vid on teaching you how to lock your computer!
12 Dec 2006
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Frederic Kaplan, a researcher and robot designer from the Swiss Institute of Technology (Lausanne) talks about the need to invent new kind of computer interfaces adapted to more causal situations,without mouse and keyboard that one can use while continuing doing other thinks. Distributed by Tubemogul.
18 Jul 2009
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Automatic Geek is bringing the next revolution to the Desktop, no hardware upgrade required. A system like this has never been released before by any company in the world. It's truly exclusive revolutionary technology that's a joy to use. The One Click Media Bar launches 2010. Be ready and Be one of the First to gain the edge in online entertainment and computer geek service. Read more at my blog *******www.joinautomaticgeekonline****
31 Mar 2010
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this is how to hack a comuter
27 Aug 2010
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We spend hours on end, on your Desktops and Laptops, and when our computer crash, we become helpless, especially if we are unable to fix the problem. *******pcrepairmemphis.myyarea****/
29 Sep 2010
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