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1 Computers By Aaron Scott

2 Introduction The Computer History section of Computer Hope is another section and added bonus of using Computer Hopes free service. Within our time line you will find a very detailed section listing key events to the evolution of computers. The Computer History section of Computer Hope is another section and added bonus of using Computer Hopes free service. Within our time line you will find a very detailed section listing key events to the evolution of computers.

3 Computer History Webster's Dictionary defines "computer" as any programmable electronic device that can store, retrieve, and process data. The basic idea of computing develops in the 1200's when a Moslem cleric proposes solving problems with a series of written procedures. Webster's Dictionary defines "computer" as any programmable electronic device that can store, retrieve, and process data. The basic idea of computing develops in the 1200's when a Moslem cleric proposes solving problems with a series of written procedures.

4 Development of Computers Although the development of digital computers is rooted in the abacus and early mechanical calculating devices, Charles Babbage is credited with the design of the first modern computer, the “analytical engine,” during the 1830s. American scientist Vannevar Bush built a mechanically operated device, called a differential analyzer, in 1930; it was the first general-purpose analog computer. John Atanassoff constructed the first semielectronic digital computing device in 1939.

5 1939 HP 200A Audio David Packard and Bill Hewlett in their Palo Alto, California Garage Hewlett-Packard is Founded. David Packard and Bill Hewlett found Hewlett-Packard in a Palo Alto, California garage. Their first product was the HP 200A Audio Oscillator, which rapidly becomes a popular piece of test equipment for engineers. Walt Disney Pictures ordered eight of the 200B model to use as sound effects generators for the 1940 movie “Fantasia.”

6 1941 Computer The Zuse Z3 Computer The Z3 was an early computer built by German engineer Zuse

7 1973 Computer TV Typewriter The original design included two memory boards and could generate and store 512 characters as 16 lines of 32 characters The original design included two memory boards and could generate and store 512 characters as 16 lines of 32 characters.

8 1965 Computer Prices range from: $500 -$1200 dollars CPU

9 1979 Computer Price range from: Price range from: $200-$700 dollars. $200-$700 dollars. CDC 6600 CPU

10 1982 Computer Price range from: Price range from: $700-$1500 $700-$1500Dollars. CDC 7600 CPU

11 1989 Computer Burroughs Computer Price range from:$100-$500Dollars.

12 2010 Laptop Computer HP laptop with 4GB of high-speed memory and a vast 500GB hard drive. Only $599.99

13 Samsung NC10 Price range from: $300-$700

14 Studio 15 Price range Price range From: From: $650-$850 $650-$850

15 Why I pick this topic I pick this topic because I like computers and plus computers has development A lot over the years.

16 Computers Created By: Aaron Scott Video By: Aaron Scott Music By: Aaron Scott


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