State of the art!

Discussion in 'Computers, Hardware, and Operating Systems' started by KL7AJ, Nov 27, 2018.

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  1. KL7AJ

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    start watching at the 20 minute point
     
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  2. KK4NSF

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    I love it! It's even more cool than my IBM 5120![​IMG]
     
  3. KL7KN

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    What fun. My son, also a hambone works with these

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    pretty awesome artwork, eh?
     
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  4. WF7A

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    12KB RAM? WOWWWW!
     
  5. W4RAV

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    Quit the difference... Today's supercomputer can do over 30 TRILLION calculations per second...

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    Which means you should be able to WAS on FT8 in about 3 minutes. :)
     
  6. KB4QAA

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    How many rolls of solder does it take to reprogram it? :)
     
  7. W4RAV

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    Just one. :)
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  8. KX4OM

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    My first computer had 1k RAM. I eventually upgraded it with the 16k RAM Pack. Sinclair ZX-81 kit. I did more programming on that machine than I have done since, all combined. I added a clickety-clack plastic keyboard kit that I bought at the downtown London ZX and Spectrum computer fest.

    Ted, KX4OM
     
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  9. KA8NCR

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    I saw an internal company web meeting where this was mentioned (similar photo). They had me at 90,000 cores.
     
  10. K8ERV

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    I couldn't understand most of it but Kim is OK!

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