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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 How computers have been changing over time 1941 The first functional computerwas made in 1941, This machine was invented by a German engineer, Konrad Zuse Which he called it the Z3. Howard Aiken had builtthe Harvard mark-1. Thedesign was built by IBM.The Harvard mark-1 wasa room-sized relay-based calculater. The machine was used to produce mathimatical tables. 1944 1951 The UNIVAC I was deliveredto the U.S. The UNIVAC I was the first commercial computer to attract public attention. Themachine was manufactured byRemington Rand. 1956 MIT researchers had builtthe TX-0. This was aprogrammable computer built with transistor. IT wasconstructed at MIT's Lincolnlaboratory. 1966 The department of advancedresearch project agencycontracted with the Universityof Illinois to build a large processing computer, the ILLIACIV. The first large-scale arraycomputer. 1968 The Apollo guidance computer.The computer was sent to spaceto orbit the earth in Apollo 11.astronauts communicated withthe computer by punching in two-digit codes, and the appropriatecatogory into the display and thekeyboard unit. 1977 1975 The VDM, designed by LeeFalsenstein, marked the firstimplementation of a memory-mapped alphounumeric videodisplay for persenal computers. The Apple II became a hugesuccess when it was released.It had a printing circuit, keyboard,switching power supply, caseassemble, Manuel, game paddles,and A/C power-cord. The Apple IIalso had brilliant color graphics. 1985 1988 Amiga 1000 was sold for $1,295without a monitor, and had audioand video capabilities beyondthe personal computers. IBM introduced its PS/2 machines,which made the 31/2-inch floppy disk drive and video graphics arraystandard for IBM computers. The first IBMs to include Intel´s 80386 chip,the company had shipped more than 1 million units by the end of the year. IBM released a new operating system, OS/2, at the same time, allowing the use of a mouse with IBMs for the first time. 1998 2002 2007 Apple competently revolutionizesthe desktop industries.JohnathanIve, the designer who was laterthe mastermind of the Cube, designed the iMac G3. The iMac G4 was producedfrom 2000-2004 andrepresents the first iterationof Apples desire to slim down the components necessaryfor an out of the box personalcomputer experience. It wasnicknamed the iLamp becauseof its swiveling monitor. The current iMac models pack allof the components necessary tothe operation of a computerbehind the monitor in a perfectrealization of slim design. By KIA and NATHAN sources
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