The ENICA was the first fully function computer which took up about 1,800 square feet and weighed 50 tones. The ENICA was created at the University of Pennsylvanian by J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly.
The EDSAC was the first stored program electronic computer to run a graphical computer game.
Electronic Control Company
The Electronic Control Company was the first computer company was started by J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly who built the ENIAC. The company's name was eventually changed to Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation and produced the UNIVAC computer.
The Whirlwind machine was the first digital computer to have real time graphics and magnetic core RAM.
The TX-0 or Transistorized Experimental Computer was the first transistorized computer.
The Xerox was the first workstation that included a functional computer, mouse and display. The computer used programs like windows to operate.
The Altair 8800 was the first personal computer invented by Ed Roberts originally costing 750$.
The IBM 5100 was the first portable computer that had a weight of 55 pounds along with a 5 inch CTR display, 1.9Mhz PALM processor, a tape drive and 64KBof RAM.
The Acorn was the first personal computer that contained 8088 and a memory of 16 KB.
M2500 XL/2 and M4020 SX
Tandy Radio Shack was one of the first to produce a multimedia computer that focused on MPC standards.