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Then and Now: Computers

10 Nov 2015 by Shay Moser

High-speed Internet, laptops with no CD-ROM drives, tablets with touch-screen technology. We’ve come a long way since the days when a computer looked more like a data center and you couldn’t be on the phone and Internet at the same time. Computers are no longer fixtures — we put them on our vacation checklists, carry laptops to and from the office, and read books on tablets by the pool.

Look back on the history of computers, seeing 18 facts about old-school PCs in Technically, the digital magazine powered by Insight in the column, “Then and Now: Computers.”

This article originally appeared in Volume 1, Issue 1 of Technically digital magazine. Read the latest issue here.