A Tour of Processors From WWII Through the '70s

Earlier this week I visited Centaur Technology, the guys who design the processor for VIA Technologies’ chipsets. Centaur CEO and Founder Glenn Henry chatted with me about low-power processors and the future of mobile computers. But he also graciously showed me around a room known as the Computer Museum, where he keeps a collection of computing devices that date all the way back to World War II. I apologize for the abrupt start, but for anyone interested in the history of computers, this is a nice look at machines that existed before many of us were born.


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