What's At the Museum?

Important computers from the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and later that show the who/what/when/how of the early days of computing.
  • CRAY (supercomputers)
  • DEC (PDP8,VAX, DECsystem, display terminals like the VT102, VT100, VT220)
  • IBM (System32, System 34, System 38, AS/400, mainframes, printers, display terminals from the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s)
  • HP (HP 3000, other computers)
  • IBM's world-leading (for 1987) 5GB disk drive - the platter (round part that holds the data) is 14 inches in diameter ; the motor that spins the drive (you can see the belt in the plastic housing) is a 1 HP motor
    IBM 3380E disk drive