In Pictures: Iconic Machines From Computing History

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  • kyzarvs
    From a UK perspective the Amiga A500 was much more influential than the 1000 (as was it's competitor that isn't mentioned, the Atari ST - when combined both products are responsible for taking an entire generation away from arcades and into home gaming). Also the CPC64? I never saw one, before the 16-bit revolution, everyone had BBC micro's (again not listed) or Sinclair Spectrum 48's or later 128+2's.
  • Bombhead
    No mention of Charlie Babbage?