Centre for Computing History

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The Centre for Computing History has been established to create a permanent public exhibition telling the story of the information age. The first Home Computer was the Altair 8800. This machine was unveiled in January 1975 on the cover of Popular Electronics magazine. Significantly, there is now a generation growing up who know little or nothing about the dawn of the information age. They are fascinated to learn that computers in 1975 had less power than todays mobile phones

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Address: Centre for Computing History, The Counting House, High Street, Haverhill, Suffolk, CB9 8NT, UK
Phone: 0844 357 5100
Email: admin@computinghistory.org.uk
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