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The Microsoft Surface Studio was developed by Microsoft on December 15 and was announced on October 26, 2016. The computer was designed with the purpose of creating the user's artistic ideas into reality. It is part of the series Microsoft Surface. The computer is an all-in-one PC, currently operating on Windows 10 pro.
The first electromechanical analog computer was developed by the US navyin 1936. The computers were used to fire torpedoes at moving objects for the navy.
The first mechanical computer was built by Charles Babbage. Charles Babbage, had many ideas regarding the concept of computers but, he could not able to make them functionable.
German engineer Konrad Zuse created Z2, an electromechanical relay computer, in 1939
Konrad Zuse further developed his computers to create Z3. Z3 was the first programmable, fully automatic digital in 1941.
Henry Babbage, completed a continued his father's work and completed a simplified version of the analytical engine's computing unit (the mill) in 1888.
John Vincent Atanasoff and Clifford E. Berry developed the Atanasoff–Berry Computer (ABC) in 11942. This was the first "automatic electronic digital computer".
Max Newman and his colleagues built the Colossus. The reason for its creation was made to crack the more sophisticated German machine during World War II.
In 1946 the Us developed ENIAC or Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer. The ENIAC was like the 2.0. The ENIAC was faster, more flexible, and it was Turing-complete.
The Manchester Small-Scale Experimental Machine, nicknamed Baby, was the world's first stored- program computer created in 1948.
In 1951, the Ferranti Mark 1 prototype was created. It was the world's first commercially available general- purpose computer. It was created by Ferranti.
In 1953, Tom Kilburn and his team created a computer that uses transistors instead of valves. This was the first transistorised computer.
in 1958, Jack Kilby invented the first first dvice that suceffully uses integrated circuit.
IBM 703, also known as "stretch", was created. The computer used transistors. This computer was the most successful in the IBM series.
In 1965, Gardner Hendrie created the DDP-116. He created this computer for the Computer Control Corporation (CCC). It was the world's first commercial 16-bit minicomputer.
Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC), was built in 1968 by scientists and engineers at MIT’s Instrumentation Laboratory. It has the purpose to reduce the size of the existing Apollo which weighed more than the newer version.
In 1973 the first IBM personal computer was created. Dr. Paul Friedl and his team created this at IBM's Los Gatos and Palo Alto, California laboratories.
Cray-1 was created in 1976. It was the fastest at the time. The reason it was called the Cray-1 was due to its shape. The cords of the computer were also shorten.
Compaq created Deskpro 386 in 1986. It was the first computer that used Intel's 80386 chips, a 32-bit microprocessor with 275,000 transistors on each chip. The computer was faster and had plenty of memory on it.
In 1995 Bebox was realsesed. It was Created by former apple employ Jean Louis Gassée. The computer used dual PowerPC 603 CPUs, and features a large variety of peripheral ports.
In 2008, Steve Jobs introduced the first MacBook Air. It is a light, thin laptop with high-capacity battery. It is a very popular computer.
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