'Home' computer: Definition

From: e.tedeschi <e.tedeschi_at_ndirect.co.uk>
Date: Mon Jun 30 02:04:07 1997

Brett wrote:
> On Sun, 29 Jun 1997, e.tedeschi wrote:
> > There are computers that you could not possibly USE but they are
> > important for what they meant (and mean today) in short for their
> > "heritage". Without them you could not have used (and use) the ones you
> > are using today.

How about the Science of Cambridge (Sinclair) MK XIV ? It had 256 bytes
(NOT Kb, BYTES) of RAM memory, LED display, not modulator and no way of
storing programs (you could add these at a later stage as accessories).

Received on Mon Jun 30 1997 - 02:04:07 BST

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