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 4164  ( OCTOBER 1978)
 8008 MICROPROCESSOR RELEASED BY INTEL.  ( APRIL 1972)
 ABC-80  ( AUGUST 1978)
 APPLE ANNOUNCES ITS THIRD COMPUTER, THE APPLE II+  ( JUNE 1979)
 APPLE DISK II, THE APPLE II SECOND BIRTH  ( JANUARY 1978)
 APPLE II, FIRST DELIVERIES  ( MAY 1977)
 ATARI REVEALS ITS NEW VCS VIDEO GAME CONSOLE  ( JULY 1977)
 ATARI UNVEILS ITS 400 AND 800 HOME COMPUTERS  ( DECEMBER 1978)
 BALLY PROFESSIONAL ARCADE IS ANNOUNCED  ( SEPTEMBER 1977)
 BUILDING ITS OWN S-100 BUS BASED SYSTEM  ( month unknown 1977)
 CLICK AND SPELL  ( JUNE 1978)
 COMMODORE INTRODUCES THE PET  ( JUNE 1977)
 COMMODORE PET VS SHARP MZ-80K  ( MARCH 1979)
 COMPUTERS - SOME HISTORY AND BACKGROUND #1  ( month unknown 1915)
 COMPUTERS - SOME HISTORY AND BACKGROUND #2  ( month unknown 1915)
 COMPUTERS - SOME HISTORY AND BACKGROUND #3  ( month unknown 1915)
 COMPUTERS - SOME HISTORY AND BACKGROUND #4  ( month unknown 1915)
 COMPUTERS - SOME HISTORY AND BACKGROUND #5  ( month unknown 1915)
 DIGITAL VT-100  ( NOVEMBER 1978)
 EXIDY ANNOUNCES ITS SORCERER  ( APRIL 1978)
 FIRST TEXAS INSTRUMENTS TI-57 SALES  ( JULY 1977)
 FRENCH LOGABAX LX-500 LAUNCHED  ( MAY 1978)
 HEATHKIT PRESENTS ITS FIRST COMPUTER  ( SEPTEMBER 1977)
 IBM ''YELLOWSTONE''  ( JANUARY 1978)
 INTEL INTRODUCES THE 8086 MICROPROCESSOR  ( APRIL 1978)
 LEAR-SIEGLER INTRODUCES THE ADM-3A VIDEO DISPLAY TERMINAL (VDT)  ( JUNE 1977)
 NEC PC-8001, THE BIRTH OF THE JAPANESE HOME COMPUTER INDUSTRY  ( FEBRUARY 1979)
 NORTH STAR HORIZON ANNOUNCED  ( NOVEMBER 1977)
 SINCLAIR MK-14  ( JULY 1978)
 TANDY ANNOUNCES THE TRS-80 MODEL II  ( MAY 1979)
 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS TI-99/4, FIRST 16-BIT HOME COMPUTER  ( JUNE 1979)
 THE 8088, FIRST INTEL'S REALLY SUCCESSFUL CPU  ( JUNE 1979)
 THE MOTHER OF ALL DEMOS  ( DECEMBER 1968)
 THE Z80-A BECOMES AVAILABLE IN PRODUCTION QUANTITIES  ( MAY 1977)
 TI LAUNCHES A NEW EPROM CHIP  ( OCTOBER 1977)
 TRS-80 MODEL 1 NOW AVAILABLE  ( AUGUST 1977)
 UNIVERSITY COMPUTER LAB IN 1978  ( AUGUST 1978)
 VAX 11/780, THE FIRST VAX SYSTEM  ( OCTOBER 1977)
 XEROX ALTO  ( NOVEMBER 1978)
 ZILOG Z8000  ( APRIL 1979)

  
  
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