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A Computer of Firsts: The PDP-1
Introduced in 1959, the Programmed Data Processor-1 (PDP-1) was the first computer from Digital Equipment Corporation, the first computer to focus on interaction with the user and the first minicomput ...
Sprouting New Ideas: HP Sprout
Sprout by Hewlett-Packard used an array of sensors and projectors to blend digital and physical interfaces — for example, the Touch Mat in front of the device could serve as a second display, a virtua ...
Temple of Apshai on the HP 150
The HP 150 hosted some of the earliest PC games, including the classic role-playing game Temple of Apshai. The game was run using a 3.5″ floppy disk, a new technology in the U.S. at the time.
The Kittyhawk Hard Drive: A Small Wonder
At a time when disk drives were typically of significant size and weight, Hewlett-Packard’s Kittyhawk was designed to be small enough for personal devices like data assistants or gaming systems. It wa ...