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Welcome to the IBM United Kingdom (UK) home page, entry point to information about innovative IBM products, business solutions and business consulting services.
IBM 5100 Portable Computer Introduced in 1975, the 5100 was IBM's first production personal computer (six years before the PC!). The 5100 has an integral CRT display ...
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USB Typewriters and D.I.Y. Conversion Kits Our USB Typewriter circuitry can transform your old manual typewriter into a retro-futuristic marvel.
The days of the personal computer are numbered, a leading IBM designer has claimed. Dr Mark Dean, who worked on the original IBM PC, the 5150, wrote in a blog post commemorating its 30th anniversary, that “they’re going the way of the vacuum tube, typewriter, vinyl records, CRT and incandescent light bulbs”. Dr Dean argued […]
IBM exec claims PCs are headed the same way as typewriters. By Stewart Mitchell, 12 Aug 2011 at 14:44 It’s 30 years since the first IBM PC was launched and an executive who worked on the innovation has claimed the format is heading the same way as the typewriter. Mark Dean, chief technology officer at […]