City Views on Tour Special: Deutsches Technikmuseum 145

This computer in Berlin’s Museum of Technology seems to be the original IBM-PC released in 1981. It appears to have two disk drives and no harddrive yet, so it is probably one of the very early models with 64kb RAM (much later upgraded to ten times that amount) and a 4.77 MHz Intel 8080 CPU. If you look closely on this photo, you can see that the screen is switched off, but has characters still burned in!

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