The History Of
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Featured Computer: Kenbak-1
The Kenbak-1 is considered by the Computer History Museum and the American Computer Museum to be the world’s first “personal computer”, invented by John V. Blankenbaker of Kenbak Corporation in 1970, and first sold in early 1971.
Release date: 1971; 50 years ago – Memory: 256 bytes of memory – Units sold: 40 – Introductory price: US$750
Oral History of John Blankenbaker from Lee Felsenstein (June 2007)
The Kenbak-1 signed above by Mr. Blankenbaker is an exact working replica made by Adwater & Stir.