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A History of the Personal Computer

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A History of the Personal Computer
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Publisher: Allan Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 0968910807
Number of pages: 528

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This book is an exciting history of the personal computer revolution. Early personal computing, the "first" personal computer, invention of the microprocessor at Intel and the first microcomputer are detailed. It also traces the evolution of the personal computer from the software hacker, to its use as a consumer appliance on the Internet. This is the only book that provides such comprehensive coverage.

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