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Very interesting stuff! Users today don't realize how great we have things in terms of price and capabilities. :)

Kitchen computer, Neiman-Marcus/Honeywell, 1969
The Honeywell 316 microcomputer hidden inside the Kitchen Computer was a successor to the 516 computer that powered the first node of the ARPANET, which eventually became the internet.

Speed: 312,500 adds/sec
Memory size: 4K Words
Memory type: Core
Memory width: 16-bit
Cost: $10,600

From Computer History Museum, Mountain View
Photos are taken June 2017 with MotoG4
#tech #history
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Born to die: the #history of amazing 145 #Google products that rest in piece:
The Google Graveyard of Shame.


Very cool.