Early Computing Systems

   We thought this page might be fun for those of you who remember (as we do) the old punch card accounting machines and early computer systems. We will be adding pictures to the gallery in the future as we come across them.

   Before we get to the really old systems, the following is a picture of the little known first "windows" personal computer system.

The first "windows" computer. Invented by Xerox in the mid 1960s
(Before Apple and Microsoft).
It had a sound card, the first mouse and a graphics (windows) display.

 

Mark 1, 1939  IBM's Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator (ASCC).

Mark 1, 1939 IBM's Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator (ASCC).

ENIAC (1943)

Eckert's UNIVAC

IBM 407 Punch Card Accounting Machine

IBM 552 Interpreter

IBM 607 Electronic Calculator

IBM 607 Electronic Calculator

IBM RAMAC 305 Early disk drive system

IBM 714 Control Panel and Wire Diagram

IBM 1401

IBM 1401 Tape System

IBM 1620 Data Processing System

IBM 7080 / 7090

IBM System 360

IBM System/360 Model 40

 


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