How much did the first digital computer weigh?

Answer The Atanasoff Berry Computer (ABC) was the first electronic digital computer. It was made by two professors at the University of Iowa--Dr. Clifford E. Berry and his colleague, Dr. John V. Atanosoff... Read More »

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How much did the first computer weigh?

ENIAC, which was the first electronic automated computer, was developed at the Moore School of Engineering and weighed 30 tons. This computer calculated ballistics by using 20 electronic registers ... Read More »

How much did the first commercially used computer weigh?

The first computer made commercially available in the United States was the UNIVAC I (UNIVersal Automatic Computer I) in 1951. It weighed 29,000 pounds (13 metric tons), was 8.5 feet high and the e... Read More »

How much does a professional digital movie camera weigh?

There are many different types of professional-grade digital video cameras, and each one can be a different weight. The Panavision Genesis, for instance, has a weight of 13.25 lbs. but is 24.83 lbs... Read More »

How much does a desktop computer weigh?

The average desktop computer--including the monitor and all system components--weighs approximately 53 lbs. Computers are composed of numerous heavy metals, including mercury, lead, chromium and ca... Read More »