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The CDC 6400, a member of the CDC 6000 series, was a mainframe computer made by Control Data Corporation in the 1960s. The central processing unit was architecturally compatible with the CDC 6600. In contrast to the 6600, which had 10 parallel functional units which could work on multiple instructions at the same time, the 6400 had a unified arithmetic unit, which could only work on a single instruction at a time.

The CDC 6400, a member of the CDC 6000 series, was a mainframe computer made by Control Data Corporation in the 1960s. The central processing unit was architecturally compatible with the CDC 6600. In contrast to the 6600, which had 10 parallel functional units which could work on multiple instructions at the same time, the 6400 had a unified arithmetic unit, which could only work on a single instruction at a time.

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An 8 inch floppy disk, originally developed by IBM for loading microcode into System/370 mainframes at power-up.

An 8 inch floppy disk, originally developed by IBM for loading microcode into mainframes at power-up.

IBM System/360 model 30 Tape Drive

IBM Model 30 computer McDonnell Aircraft Corporation bought the first Model the smallest and least expensive of the three models shipped in It could emulate IBM’s older small computer, the which encouraged customers to upgrade.

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It's always funny to read old computer magazines, because nothing gets old faster than the technology news. Here are some very cool vintage computer ads for you

Steve Wozniak, Apple I work in progress, 1976.

Steve Wozniak, Apple I work in progress, 1976.

IBM's first Personal Computer

The first portable computer--IBM Portable PC, model number First introduced: September, CPU: IBM proprietary, RAM: max; Display: monochrome monitor 64 X 16 text; Storage: Internal tape Ports: tape / printer I/O port; OS: APL and/or BASIC.

when computers filled an entire room - RCA 1959

image from RCA Annual Report 1959 "The RCA 501 transistorized Electronic Data Processing System became the core of the nation's first Electronic Systems Center, opened in 1959 at RCA's Cherry Hill N.