Z1 ComputerThis computer contained mosT parts of a modern computer, such as control unit, memory, micro sequences, floating point logic and input-output devices. Some of the specifications for this computer were Memory: 64 words of 22 bits
Clock speed: 1 Hz
Registers: Two floating-point registers of 22 bits each
Arithmetic Unit: Four basic operations (add, subtract, multiply, divide) for binary floating point numbers
Weight: 1,000 kg (2,200 lb)
Average calculation speed: addition 5 seconds, multiplication
Harvard Mark I ComputerThe computer weighed 5 tons, incorporated 500 miles of wire, was 8 feet tall and 51 feet long The computer handled 23-decimal-place numbers.The output of this computer was by card punch and electric typewriter. The numeral system was decimal.
ENIAC ComputerThe ENIAC contained 17,468 vacuum tubes, along with 70,000 resistors, 10,000 capacitors, 1,500 relays, 6,000 manual switches and 5 million soldered joints meaning that the computer weighed 30 tons. It could perform 5,000 additions, 357 multiplications or 38 divisions.
Manchester Baby Computer & The Williams TubeSome of the specifications for the computer were the computer could store organized in 40-bit addressable "lines," holding one 40-bit number or two 20-bit instructions,
Serial 40-bit arithmetic with hardware add, subtract, and multiply and logical instructions.
UNIVAC ComputerThe UNIVAC weighed 29,000 pounds it could perform about 1,905 operations per second running on a 2.25 MHz clock. The memory for the coimputer consisted of 1000 words of 12 characters, the input and output buffers were 60 words each., the only input and output devices that were connected to the computer were the UNISERVO tape drives that were used, the processor and memory unit) was 4.3 m by 2.4 m by 2.6 m high.
IBM 701 EDPM ComputerThe computer consisted of electrostatic storage tube memory and also used magnetic tape to store information. The memory of the IBM 701 had a total of 2048 words of 36 bits each, the computer could performe 4,000 operations per second.
Scelbi ComputersThis computer used the Intel 8008 microprocessor. The computer had 1K of memory, the Scelbi-8B business computer was assembled with 4K of memory. The memory could be expanded to 16K bytes. The overall dimensions of the the computer were 8 x 10. The input and output of the computer was a cassette interface. It had no graphics,
Mark-8 AltairIn the MArk 8 Altair the processor was Intel 8008, the speed was .5 Mhz, for the memory if started from 256 bytes up to 16K of RAM. The input and output were LED's, The manufacturer Radio Electronics/Jonathan Titus.
IBM 5100The IBM 5100 is based on a 16-bit processor module which was then called Put All Logic in Microcode- e.g PALM. This module could directly address 64 KB of memory. The main specifications of the computer were, keyboard, five-inch CRT display, tape drive, processor, several hundred kilobytes of read only memory containing system software, and up to 64 KB of random access memory and also weighed around weighed about 55 lb.
Apple IThis was the original Apple computer, the CPU was MOS 6502 processor that ran at 1 MHz. The memory on the computer was 4KB but could expand up to 8KB or 48KB using a card. The input device was a keyboard, The Apple computer included a
Commodore PetThe commodore included 4 kb of RAM, monochrome graphics and an audio cassette drive for data storage, and included was 14k of ROM. The CPU that was used was MOS Technology 6502 that ran at 1 MHz. The manufacturer was Commodore International.
TRS-80The TRS-80 used a Zilog Z80 processor which ran at 1.77MHz, it first came with 4KB of RAM but later developed to 16KB of RAM. Also a 4KB of ROM. The input device used was a keyboard, The hard disk capacity used was floppy disks and a cassette tape that was mainly used to store the data. The computer also used a 5MB hard drive unit.
The IBM PCThe operating system that was used was IBM BASIC / PC-DOS 1.0, CP/M-86, UCSD p-System. The CPU was an Intel 8088 processor which ran at 4.77 MHz. The hard drive capacity was made up of a floppy disk and a cassette tape, The input was a keyboard, Memory went from 16KB up to 256KB of RAM.
Amiga 1000The Amiga came with 256KB of RAM, A n output device that was used is a 13-inch analog RGB monitor. It used the operating system AmigaOS 1.0, the CPU was Motorola 68000 running at 7.16 MHz . The graphics included OCS 640 × 256 5-bpp. The manufacturer is Commodore.
Toshiba T1000Operating system MS-DOS 2.11
CPU 80C88 @ 4.77 MHz
Memory 512 KB.
The specifications included
Dimensions 12.2" W × 11.0" D × 2.05" H (310 × 280 × 52 mm)
Power 9 VDC, 1.1A (+ = core; - = barrel)
Weight 6.4 lbs (2.9 kg)
Video CGA card
Hard Drive- 720 3.5" floppy disk drive
Macintosh PortableOperating system 6.0.4 (Original) 6.0.7 (Backlit) - 7.5.5
CPU Motorola 68000 @ 16 MHz
Memory 1 MiB, expandable to 9 MiB
Dubna 48KOperating system Sinclair BASIC
CPU analogue of Zilog Z80 @ 1.875 MHz
Memory 48 KB
Hard Drive- Cassette, optional floppy disk
Acorn A7000Processor; ARM RISC
Hard Drive Capacity; Diskette, hard drive.
Operating system RISC OS
CPU 32MHz ARM7500
Memory 4MiB - 132MiB RAM
Dimensions 102 mm (4.0 in) (h)
357 mm (14.1 in) (w)
283 mm (11.1 in) (d
iMac G3Operating system Mac OS 8, Mac OS 9, Mac OS X
CPU PowerPC 750, 233 MHz – 700 MHz (SE).
233 MHz PowerPC G3 (PowerPC 750) chip, with 512 KB L2 cache running at 116.6 MHz.
4 GB hard drive, 32 MB RAM, 2 MB video RAM
Apple iMac G5CPU- PowerPC G5, 1.6–2.1 GHz
17" matte display, 1440 x 900
Graphics- nVidia GeForce 4 MX graphics processor with 32MB of DDR SDRAM or nVidia GeForce FX 5200 graphics processor with 64MB of DDR SDRAM
Procesor-1.6 GHz or 1.8 GHz PowerPC 970fx
Memory; 256 MB of 400 MHz DDR SDRAM
Hard Drive- 120 GB or 160 GB Serial Ata Drive
Operating system- Mac OS X v10.5
Dell Inspiron 530The Inspiron 530 has an Intel Celeron 450, It has 2 GB of DDR2 SDRAM at 800 MHz, which can be upgraded up to 8 GB,
data recovery versions of the 320 and 500 GB hard drive sizes
Asus Eee PCOperating system Linux (Aurora, formerly Eeebuntu; Xandros) Windows XP/7.
CPU Celeron, Atom, AMD Fusion
Intel Atom and AMD Fusion processors.
Input device included trackpad and keyboard.
solid-state drive for storage.
Memory- 2GB- 32GB, 1 GB memory chips.
Graphics; Integrated GMA
Sony VAIO FW SeriesProcessor: Intel Core 2 Duo T4200 @ 2 GHz, T6500 @ 2.10 GHz, P7350 @ 2 GHz, P8700 @ 2.53 GHz, P8800 @ 2.66 GHz, T9600 @ 2.80 GHz or T9900 @ 3.06 GHz
Color: Black, Chocolate Brown, Nebula, Silver
Memory: 2, 3, 4, 6, or 8 GB of DDR2 SDRAM @ 800 MHz
Hard Drive: 160, 250, 320, 400, or 500 GB SATA Hard Disk Drive @ 5400 RPM, 320 GB SATA Hard Disk Drive @ 7,200 RPM, 128 GB Solid State Drive
Graphics: ATI Mobil
Dell InspironProcessors: Intel Atom N550 dual core 1.6 GHz, L2 cache 512 KB
Memory: 2 GB DDR3 800 MHz
Graphics Processor: Intel NM10 Express Video
Hard Drive: 250 GB 5400 RPM, 320 GB 2.5-inch HDD SATA 7200 RPM
Weight: Weight: 3.39 lbs (1.53 kg)
Macbook ProProcessor and memory
2.2GHz or 2.4GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor with 6MB shared L3 cache; or optional 2.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor with 8MB shared L3 cache
4GB of 1333MHz DDR3 memory; two SO-DIMM slots up to 8GB.
Graphics- AMD Radeon HD 6750M graphics processor.
Input-Full-size backlit keyboard