Here is a photo of my first computer, the HP-85, HP’s first personal computer from 1980. I remember playing games on it, writing BASIC code (I think it was that computer), putting in the cartridges, and re-filling the cash register printer with paper. What was your first computer? Comment below.
Pulled from the HP web site:
The HP-85 personal computer was a totally self-contained, portable system for the technical professional or the beginning small-computer user. The HP-85 was based on an 8-bit microprocessor and combined an alphanumeric keyboard, CRT screen, thermal printer tape drive unit, user read/write memory and a ROM operating system in one portable package. It had 32K ROM and 16K RAM.
Click here for a quicktime VR tour of the computer.