When was the IBM personal computer invented?

Answer John Lentz invented the first personal computer, the IBM 610 Auto-Point Computer, between 1948 and 1954 in the Watson Lab at Columbia University. The IBM 610 was the first computer intended for use... Read More »

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When were personal computers invented?

Shippensburg University says that the first desktop computer came out in 1975. The Altair 8800 was built by Micro Instrumentation Telemetry Systems (MITS) and cost $395 as a kit or $495 assembled. ... Read More »

When was the first personal digital assistant invented?

The first Personal Digital Assistant, the Apple Newton, was first seen in 1992 at the Consumer Electronic Show and released in 1993. The precursor to the common tablet-style PDA, the Atari Portfoli... Read More »

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When was computer RAM invented?

Robert Dennard, a staff engineer in the research division of IBM, created one-transistor dynamic random access memory (DRAM) in 1966. DRAM later came to be known as RAM. Dennard continues to work i... Read More »