Evolution of Computers Timeline

  • Z3 computer

    Z3 computer
    Konrad Zuse finished the Z3 computer. The Z3 was an early computer built by German engineer Konrad Zuse working in complete isolation from developments elsewhere.
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  • The Atanasoff-Berry Computer

    The Atanasoff-Berry Computer
    Built at Iowa State College (now University), the ABC was designed and built by Professor John Vincent Atanasoff and graduate student Cliff Berry between 1939 and 1942.

    Maurice Wilkes created the EDSAC, the first practical stored-program computer, at Cambridge University.
  • TX-0

    The TX-0 was the first general-purpose, programmable computer built with transistors.
  • IBM´s 7030

    IBM´s 7030
    First transistorized computers. Best computers during this time period.
  • The Kenbak-1

    The Kenbak-1
    This was the first personal computer. It was advertised at $750.
  • The Apple II

    The Apple II
    Included printed circuit motherboard, switching power supply, keyboard, case assembly, manual, game paddles, A/C powercord, and cassette tape with the computer game "Breakout."
  • Commodore 64

    Commodore 64
    The C64, as it was better known, sold for $595, came with 64KB of RAM and featured impressive graphics.
  • iMac

    It has become one of the most popular desktop computers in the world. The iMac was projected as an "out of the box" computer experience, and it actually became one because of its unique design and cool looks.
  • iMac- Aluminum

    iMac- Aluminum
    Copacts all the neccesary components into one.