The ENIAC, invented by John Presper Eckert and John Mauchly, was the first electronic computer. ENIAC stands for Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer.
The EDSAC, invented by Maurice Wilkes, was the first computer to run a graphical computer game. EDSAC stands for Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator.
The IBM 701, invented by IBM, was the first mass produced computer.
The Whirlwind Machine, created by MIT professors, was the first computer to have real time graphics and have RAM.
The TX-O, invented by MIT and a former student, was the first computer to replace vacuums with transistors.
The PDP-1, invented by Digital Electronic Company, was the first minicomputer. PDP-1 stands for Programmed Data Processor-1.
The Micral was the first commercial non-assembly computer.
The Xerox Alto, invented by Xerox, was the first computer workstation. This came with peripherals.
The Altair 8800, invented by MITS, was the first computer coined with the phrase personal computer. The IBM 5100 was the first laptop.
The Tandy was the first multimedia computer.