When was the first desktop computer made?

Answer According to Shippensburg University, the first desktop computer was introduced in 1975 by Micro Instrumentation Telemetry Systems. It required assembly through soldering and included 256 bytes of ... Read More »

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Who made the first desktop PC computer?

The first computer recognized today as a personal desktop computer is the Wang 2200, released in May of 1973. It had a 64-by-16 line CRT display built into a desktop cabinet that included cassette ... Read More »

When was the first commercially available desktop computer sold?

The first desktop computer was commercially available in 1950. It was called the Simon and produced by Berkeley Electronics. It retailed for approximately $300, and more than 400 Simons were sold b... Read More »

When was the first super computer made?

The first supercomputer was created by German engineer Konrad Zuse in 1938. His Z1 computer system used relays instead of vacuum tubes or processor chips, and used the binary number system.Referenc... Read More »

When was the first Dell computer made?

Dell introduced its first computer in 1985. It was called the "Turbo PC," and had a 10-megabyte hard drive with a 5.25-inch floppy drive. Sixteen years later, in 2001, Dell became the world's large... Read More »