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The Texas Instruments ninety nine/four: World’s First 16-Bit Home Computer

In the past due Seventies, non-public computers were beginning to take off, with lots of alternatives from an array of organizations. The Altair 8800 turned into an early entrant, popular among techie customers and builders. Others, along with Radio Shack’s TRS-80 (mentioned with the aid of its critics because of the Trash eighty), the Apple I and II, and the Commodore PET, bought to a more mainstream set of clients. Industry watchers anticipated TI to have a large impact in the marketplace—if it controlled to introduce an aggressive product. By...
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