The first hp computer built in 1937.
The first computer was built between 1942 and 1951. The first computer was a mechanical computer that was created by one Charles Babbage.
Some might say that the Babbage Difference Engine was the first computer. It was built in 1822. The first programmable computer was the Z1 built in Germany in 1938. The Colossus was the first electric computer in 1943. The Atanasoff-Berry Computer was the first digital computer in 1937. ENIAC was completed in 1946. IBM built their first mainframe in 1953. The first mincomputer was built in 1960. Hewlett Packard built the first desktop computer in 1968 called the HP9100A.
The first electromechanical computer was built in 1939 by German engineer Konrad Zuse. The first personal computer was built in 1964 by the Italian company Olivetti.
The answer depends on how you define a computer. Konrad Zuse built the first electronic computer at Berlin, Germany The first electronic computer in the US was built at Ames, Iowa by John Atanasoff.
The Apple I computer was single handedly designed and assembled by Steve Wozniak.
The first programmable computer was built by Konrad zuse somewhere between the years built between 1936 and 1938. and the blue prints where from Charles baggage
The first computer deliberately designed to be much faster than the fastest computer available was the IBM NORC built for the navy, the first true supercomputer built was the Univac LARC built for LLNL (both LARCs built only had one of two possible CPUs installed), the first supercomputer built in quantity (9) was the IBM 7030 Stretch built for Los Alamos and the NSA, the first mass produced supercomputer was the CDC 6600 (it was also the first RISC architecture computer). Which "first" did you want?
the first known computer, a mechanical analog computer, was invented and built circa 100BCthe first digital computer, a programmable mechanical decimal computer, was invented circa 1840 but never builtthe first electronic digital computer, an electronic binary computer, was invented circa 1936 and built in 1942. it was dismantled later that yearthe first programmable electronic digital computer, was invented in 1943 and 11 of them in 2 different models were built between 1944 and the end of the war in Europe. this is the only digital computer built built in a quantity greater than 1 until the early 1950sthe first stored program electronic digital computer, was built in 1948 based on a variety of concepts invented between 1936 and 1946. all modern digital computers are derivatives of this architecture
The first which built by Charles Babbage used as calculating machine rather than a computer machine, but the first electronic computer which made by the U.S Army was built to be used in some kind of military business.
He built the first computer
It depends on what you mean by computer, but the first electronic, partly programmable computer was the colossus computer built by Tommy Flowers in 1943.
They did not build a computer they built a server.
No computer was ever discovered, they are designed and (sometimes) built.
Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs built, programmed, and sold the first Apple computers.
The Apple I computer was Apple's first device