The first electronic computer was named Colossus and weighed approximately one ton.
Depends on your definition of what is a a computer. Click the link.
more than you can afford
The first computer was not very fast or reliable. When asking the computer information it may take as much as 3 hours to get back feedback for simple questions.
The Apple 1. It was basically a circuit board. The first proper computer was a piece of crap
The first personal apple computer cost $9,995 in 1983.
It depends. The very first computer, the HUAC, probably costed millions of dollars. The first personal home computer was around $10000 and took up an entire room.
In the older days the first computer ,because it was something new was roughly £4.89 but in these days that's about £36.47 .
The first ever Apple computer was called the Apple I, sold in June of 1976. It was priced at $666.66, which is about the worth of $2,690 today.
The price of the first Apple Macintosh computers was US$ 2,495.
no, Australia did not have the first computer in the world
More like a mechanical calculator than a computer they have changed so much over the years
They are much smaller and faster than when the first computer was invented.
It weighed 50 tons. Click the link.
What did the first computer consist of?
400,000 Now Few Were Made
The equivalent of what your mother weighs , 400 pounds
As the word computer implies: Compute means to calculate or solve any problem... Therefore, the first computer was made to do the mathematical calculations and to get these result with much more ease then ever before...
Actually, it was mechanical. The first electronic computer was very huge and made of vacuum tubes, and it didn't much more than a common calculator.
It went on sale July 1976 and sold for $666.66.