"Z1" is considered to be the first electrical binary programmable computer created by Konrad Zuse in his parents living room.
Atanasoff-Berry Computer (ABC) was developed by a Professor John Vincent Atanasoff and student Cliff Berry at Iowa State College.
Early British computer (EDSAC), ran the first graphical computer game.
"701" the first electric and mass produced computer.
MIT introduced Whirlwind machine, a revolutionary computer, first digital with magnetic core RAM and real time graphics.
Transistorized Experimental Computer (TX-O) contained a 64K of 18-bit words of magnetic core memory
Digital Equipment Corporation released PDP-1.
Xerox Alto, never sold but included fully fuctioned computer, display, mouse, window menus, and icons.
Altar 8800 was the creator of the rise of Microsoft as a "computing industry giant."
IBM 5100 weighed 55 pounds, had a five inch CRT display, a tape drive and more.