Sublimation Printer

Sublimation Printer: Everything You Need To Know

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Three Facts about Sublimation Printer  The process of sublimation printing began in the year 1957. The technical term for sublimation printing is dye-diffusion. This process is 63 years old and was first introduced in France. Sublimation Printer: Specs Following are the specs of the Texart XT-640 sublimation printer. This printer uses Piezoelectric inkjet technology and […]

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Amiga 500 keyboard

Amiga 500 (A500) Computer History

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The late 1980s were a transformative time for computer technology. Business computers were standard equipment in offices where IBM products dominated the market. However, the home computing market had not yet settled. IBM, Apple, Atari, and Commodore were all releasing inventions designed to deliver productivity and entertainment software to residential consumers. The Amiga series represented […]

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Chromebook 2022

Chromebook: Reviewed for 2022 – And Best Deals

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Chromebooks are a new kind of computer designed to make tasks go faster and easier. On June 15, 2011, the first Chromebooks were introduced. They run Chrome OS, a system that includes cloud storage, Google’s best features, and multiple layers of security. Even though these computers were designed to run Google apps such as Gmail, […]

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AMD RYZEN 9 3900x

AMD RYZEN 9 3900x: Everything You Need To Know

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Three Facts about AMD RYZEN 9 3900x AMD RYZEN 9 3900x is a 64-bit dodeca-core high-end performance x86 desktop microprocessor. It was first launched in mid-2019. It is one of the best in the market when it comes to gaming. The demand is high. AMD RYZEN 9 3900x Specs The AMD RYZEN 9 3900x has […]

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DDR5 RAM

DDR5 RAM: Everything You Need To Know

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Three Facts about DDR5 RAM The speed (frequency) of DDR5 RAM is 3200-8400Mbps. The capacity of DDR5 RAM is 8Gb, 16Gb, 24Gb, 32Gb, 64Gb. DDR5 offers a rise in data rates, high capacity per module and reduced power usage. DDR5 RAM Specs The DDR5 RAM has a burst length of BC8 and BL16, thus a […]

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Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch: Everything You Need To Know

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Nintendo Switch Specs The regular model with controllers: Dimensions 9.4” x 4” x .55” Weight .88 lbs Touch screen 6.2”, 1280 x 720 resolution Processor NVIDIA Custom Tegra Storage 32GB, expandable via microSD Connectivity Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, AUX Battery life 4-9 hours, depending on usage OLED model with controllers: Dimensions 9.5” x 4” x .55” […]

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Nintendo 64 game console with Mario game in it

Nintendo 64: Everything You Need to Know

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Facts about Nintendo 64 The Nintendo 64 was the first console to feature 3D graphics. The Nintendo 64 is also the first system to have a controller with an analog stick. The Nintendo 64 has nearly 400 games. The release date was repeatedly delayed. The Nintendo 64 could use a rumble pak on the controller […]

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Playstation

Sony PlayStation Series: Everything You Need to Know

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3 Facts about the Sony PlayStation The PlayStation 2 sold the most units with 159 million, a number that makes it the most popular console in gaming history. Sony designed PlayStation consoles for backward compatibility. For example, most PS4 games will work on the PlayStation 5. The PlayStation Network provides digital downloads of games for […]

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Palm Pilot

Palm Pilot: Everything You Need to Know

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10 Facts About the Palm Pilot The original Palm Pilot was manufactured by Palm Computing The prototype PDA was named the “Palm Taxi”. The original PDA models did not have flash memory, backlighting, or an infrared port. The original PDA weighed 5.7 ounces. Two AAA batteries powered the first Palm Pilot. The ability to synchronize […]

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Apple Store in Downtown Portland, OR

Apple Glasses: Leaks, Price, Release Date, and Features

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6 Facts About Apple Glasses Apple has entered the AR/VR arena with the announcement of an upcoming product called Apple Glasses. Apple has filed a new patent that mentions “privacy eyewear”. This could be Apple Glasses related and may even be a feature that works in tandem with the iPhone. Apple was also recently granted […]

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Xbox – Complete History of the Xbox

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Xbox: Everything To Know Xbox is world-renowned for excellent gameplay and functionality against the other top console system brands Sony Playstation, Nintendo, and PC. Xbox: specifications Xbox Series X CPU: AMD Zen 8-core – 3.8 GHzGPU: Custom RDNA 2 – 1.825 GHz, 52 CUs, 12 TFLOPSRAM: 16 GB GDDR6Hard Drive: 1 TB NVMe SSDOptical Drive: […]

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Wordstar word processor menu

WordStar Word Processor: Everything You Need to Know

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3 Facts about WordStar Word Processor WordStar is a microcomputer word processor application that was invented by Seymour Rubenstein a Rob Barnaby in 1978. A word processor is a computer application that allows you to write and update documents, create text layouts, and see how the printed version would look on a computer monitor. “What […]

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TRS-80

TRS-80: Everything You Need to Know

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TRS-80 Facts The first units were delivered in November 1977, unseen, and went on sale in the third week of December. Hobbyists, home users, and small companies flocked to the line. Tandy Corporation’s commanding position in the “1977 Trinity,” as described by Byte magazine. Tandy/Radio Shack was marketed as “The Biggest Name In Little Computers” […]

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Sol-20: Reviewed for 2022 – And Best Deals

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Summary Sol-20 is among the few computers that stormed the market in the 19th century and significantly changed computer developments. It was one of the earliest to include a keyboard interface and support circuitry to implement every 8080 function fully. It was also a pioneer towards modern video output boards by having a design that […]

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Wang 2200 in 1973

Wang 2200 Computer: Everything You Need to Know

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3 Facts About Wang 2200 Computer The Wang 2200 Computer had a storage capacity of 4KB RAM. It included disk subsystems that can be attached to about 15 computers. Wang Laboratories, the parent company of the Wang 2200 Computer, was founded with just $15000. The History of Wang 2200 Computer: What to Know The Wang […]

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The SCELBI-8H

The SCELBI-8H Computer: Everything You Need To Know

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The SCELBI-8H was a personal computer that came in a kit form or assembled. It featured the 8-bit Intel 8008 CPU and 1,024 bytes of memory. The computer had its launch date in 1974, during the same timeframe as the Micral computer. The name SCELBI was an acronym for (Sc)ientific (El)ectronic (Bi)ological and was pronounced […]

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Simon Personal Communicator

Simon Personal Communicator: A Complete Guide

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4 Facts about Simon Personal Communicator Simon Personal Communicator was expensive and big. The smartphone had a touchscreen and predictive typing features. It was first announced at a trade show in late 1992. The smartphone was initially codenamed Angler. The History of Simon Personal Communicator: What to Know Touted as the world’s first smartphone, the […]

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Sinclair ZX80 computer

The Sinclair ZX80 Computer: Everything You Need To Know

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While the name might not ring a bell, the Sinclair ZX80 computer is one of the most important predecessors to the modern laptop computers we know today. This home computer came along with the wave of microcomputers that were popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s which allowed users to plug the device into […]

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Poqet PC: Reviewed for 2022- And Best Deals

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Summary The Poqet PC was a remarkable computer produced by Poqet Computers Corporation in 1989. What made the Poqet PC stand out from other computers in the 19 century was its size. It was very small and was the first mini-notebook designed for IBM PCs. But who developed this excellent computer? In 1987, the Texas […]

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Macintosh by Apple – Complete History of Mac Computers

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The Macintosh, or Mac, is a series of several lines of personal computers, manufactured by Apple Inc. The first Macintosh was introduced on January 24, 1984, by Steve Jobs and it was the first commercially successful personal computer to feature two known, but still unpopular features—the mouse and the graphical user interface, rather than the […]

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Osborne 1: Everything You Need to Know

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4 Facts About Osborne 1 Osborne 1 was first introduced in 1981. It has a rugged handle and an ABS plastic case. Osborne 1 used to be the only computer that could fit under an airline seat. The computer was regarded as an overnight success. The History of Osborne 1: What to know Released on […]

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The French Micral N from 1973.

Micral Computer: Everything You Need To Know

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The Micral Computer was created in 1973 by the French company Réalisation d’Études Électroniques. This was a series of micro-computers that became known as the earliest commercial personal computer. The Micral N, produced in 1973, was the first computer of this series. This microprocessor-based computer was powered by Intel’s 8008 chip. The term microcomputer first […]

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IBM PC Model 5150.

IBM PC 5150: Everything You Need To Know

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Three Facts About IBM PC 5150 The IBM PC 5150 originally cost less than $1,600, which was far less than the $9 million price tag of older computers. Despite the term “Personal Computer,” the IBM PC 5150 was designed primarily for business use. This IBM PC was introduced as part of the 5000 microcomputer series, […]

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LINC and Wesley A. Clark in 1962

LINC – Everything You Need To Know

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Many of today’s most essential electronic devices started as nothing more than just a small idea in a laboratory at a university. This is especially true of the LINC — also known as the Laboratory Instrument Computer. Conceptualized by a couple of grad students in the early 1960s, the LINC is widely regarded as the […]

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