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Core memory; a visual survey of vintage computers featuring machines from the Computer History Museum.

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Core memory; a visual survey of vintage computers featuring machines from the Computer History Museum.

Alderman, John. Photographs by Mark Richards.

Chronicle Books

2007

---- pages

$35.00

Hardcover

QA76.17

Computer geeks as well as aesthetes will love this volume, which presents color photos of vintage computers, including many details of their components, in the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, accompanied by the brief historic and technical notes of Alderman. The format is horizontal and oversize: 11.5x9.25".

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