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The Computer Chronicles circa 1985

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"High resolution graphics" :hysterical:
This is great/nostalgic, thanks for sharing.

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"High resolution graphics" :hysterical:
This is great/nostalgic, thanks for sharing.


I can't wait for 2040 when "blu-ray high definition" is a laughable term :D

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2020 i think, lets talk about CD/DVD's :P

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I wonder how was this usable at those speeds. Those were some patient designers then.

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I wonder how was this usable at those speeds. Those were some patient designers then.

 

Very usable

 

Programmers were programmers back then.

 

If you want proof of how creative people were back then then google "Geos Commodore 64" 







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