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What was your first computer at home?
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Apple IIe ‎· Jennifer D.
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TRS-80 followed by an Apple II ‎· jsholman
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Gateway something or other, with an early version of Windows. ‎· John B.
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Comodore 64 ‎· hedgielib
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Atari 1040ST ‎· Hey, it's CAJ!
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ZX Spectrum ‎· Pete Smith
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Commodore 64 ‎· Brixie
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Commodore 64 o/ ‎· ironicmokum
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Commodore 64. ‎· Fabrizio Casu
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Commodore 64 ‎· Mistro
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Vic 20 ‎· Ubikindred
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Vic 20 ‎· Chiara75
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Commodore 64 ‎· nmcy
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Amstrad CPC 464 ‎· miren ‎· 1
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Olivetti Prodest ‎· GaAs
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Commodore 64 ‎· antòh
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amiga 500 ‎· 1la
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commodore 16.. yes, it was exist ‎· serdar,ben
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386 ‎· selimov
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ZX Spectrum ‎· sooshee
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Commodore 64 ‎· Sleepers
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Commodore 16. ‎· delu
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Commodore 64 ‎ ‎· zorba
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Commodore Vic 20. ‎· Braga
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C64 ‎· ostelinus
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My family's was an IBM PC. My own first one about midway thru college was a used Mac 512K. ‎· Spidra Webster
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zx spectrum ‎· manu
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IBM 386, 128Mb hard drive, 2mb RAM ‎· Bella of the wych elm
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Commodore 64 ‎· cogitabondo
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Olivetti 386 ‎· did
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ZX Spectrum ‎· Cirdan il Timoniere
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Pentium 2 ‎· Pea Bukowski
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IBM PC XT ‎· dixi
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IBM 386 DX40, 4mb RAM, HDD 120Mb ‎· synchronicity coordinator
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my first computer at home was zx spectrum followed by ibm pc xt. first computer at work was CM-4, a soviet DEC PDP-11/34 clone ‎· não sou um robô
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Mac Classic II. Technically, my first home computer was a Timex Sinclair 1000 -- which I still have --, but I didn't do much with it. If I'd learned how to use it, I imagine my life/career would've been very different. ‎· bentley
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Some russian Sinclair 48k clone. ‎· глаз дури
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Commodore VIC-20 (I still have it!) ‎· SAPO!!
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ZX Spectrum ‎· current standards of decency
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Commodore 64 ‎· Jakalicius
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Apple IIe ‎· Kirsten
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apple lc ‎· ilhankisioglu
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8088 based which my father built himself ‎· 50% ash
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Specialist (based on КР580ИК80А, i8080 analog), assembled from chips by my uncle. ‎· Timur
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ZX Spectrum ‎ ‎· а смысл?
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Apple IIGS ‎· Meg Vmeg
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ZX Spectrum ‎· Włodzimierz Czeszniażgrzak
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Comodore 64 ‎- hedgielib- Brixie‎ - ironicmoka arrotino laringoiatra - Fabrizio Casu - Mistro ‎- nmcy - antoh ‎- Sleepers - ZORBA ‎- ostelinus ‎- cogitabondo ‎- Jakalicius ‎· orphanedland
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Commodore 64 ‎- hedgielib- Brixie‎ - ironicmoka arrotino laringoiatra - Fabrizio Casu - Mistro ‎- nmcy - antoh ‎- Sleepers - ZORBA ‎- ostelinus ‎- cogitabondo ‎- Jakalicius ‎- Orfe ‎· Selkis
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Sinclair ZX 81, then a Basis 108 that I think maybe ran DOS? ‎· Catherine
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Commodore 64 ‎· emintolga☀️
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Zx spectrum 16k ‎· hiraedd
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Apple ][+ ‎· Micah
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BK0010 (you don't know it). ‎· Ошка ‎· 1
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DIY (soldered all by myself) Frankenstein called Radio-86RK with Soviet Z80-clone as a processor ‎· get rest api
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Coleco Adam, because the Commodore 64 was out of stock. Big mistake. ‎· ronin
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The Colecovision was my first gaming platform ever! \m/ ‎· delu
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ZX Spectrum ‎· alexmylany forbudda salamy
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Commodore 64 ‎· Ivan Crema
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The first almost-computer was a programmable calculator (MK-61, a Soviet TI knockoff, I suppose), the first "proper" computer was a i8080-based local brand machine (with monochrome output but lots and lots of extension ports). ‎· 9000
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Ibm pc AT HD 40MB ‎· время наебениться
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aha unuutum canım yaaa...kocaman kafalı bişeydi işte:) ‎· neferteti
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Радио-86РК (https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Радио_86РК) then ZX Spectrum clone, then PDP-11 with IBM PC emulator ‎· denistsyplakov
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ZX Spectrum ‎· dasnake
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ZX Spectrum - namely, Pentagon-128. It even had a disk drive! Repaired it several times - sovied ICs weren't very reliable. ‎· akm
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a nice 386 ‎· Bay Öküz
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IBM PC XT (I briefly had ZX Spectrum before that, though) ‎· нечестивый ломтик сыра
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Bulgarian Pyldin-601u ‎· wetterkrank
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Home-made Specialist (similar to @timurzil 's one, a DIY machine designed by some soviet enthusiast: https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Специалист_(компьютер) ) preceded by a soviet Б3-34 programmable calculator ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elektronika_B3-34 ). Oh, and I also had a tape full of games - side A with native Assembler ones, and side B with Basic-based. ‎· seliv
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Soviet era computers were awesome. I had a C= 64 myself, with only tapes. ‎· Marco d'Itri
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Amiga 500 ‎· sevinç
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Macintosh Classic (well, there was programmable calculator MK-52 before that) ‎· Ленин с куличами и яйцами
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IBM PC XT. Previously, I have БК0010 ‎· уставший аргонавт
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Tandy something or other that was a hand me down from my grandmother :) ‎· Courtney F
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Technically, I'm pretty sure it was a Commodore 64, but we had a Vic 20 and some sort of PC (no hard drive, but it did have a 5-1/4" floppy drive) soon after that. ‎· Mr. Noodle
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We had the Texas Instruments TI-99. I spent way too much time playing Hunt The Wumpus as a child. ‎· k8s
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Apple IIc ‎· Bren
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Vestel :)) ‎· 0ha
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Commodore 64 ‎· tamara_jb
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olivetti prodest pc1 ‎· ellofizgherard
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Commodore 64 (I still own it) (it doesn't work :( ) ‎· un pesce di nome Tricia
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IBM PC 1984 - Still have it :) ‎· tøzzïllæ
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commodore 64 ‎· spad
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Commodore VIC 20 ‎· Snowdog
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NEC 9820, officially named EdTheSlowAss, nicknamed by friends as Laggy the Snail. It's the PC that will never die, outlived every machine I have ever owned, always there whenever Negative Electrostatic Charisma (NEC) takes out another machine, taunting me with "NEC Ready" on the front of the case. It even has its own logo: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/684853/img/laggy.png ‎· April ☕
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Sinclair ZX80. ‎· Bill Mason
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Apple II and a Kaypro 10 ‎· Galadriel
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Facit CA-1 13 ‎· guru
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commodore 64 ‎· lowman
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ZX Spectrum ‎· sagara
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I love this feed. Mine was a 386dx / 40 mb HDD. It was perfect for prehistorik 2 :) ‎· tahta itici
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Texas Instruments TI-99/4A ‎· Steven Perez
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intel pentium 133 ‎· SaeedTheGiraffe ?
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olivetti m24 ‎· dud? dud!
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msx. ‎· sets
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Commodore 64 ‎· Sei Dee già Pulp
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tahta itici, that's really close to what I took to college - a Packard Bell 386 (DX, I think) with 110 MB HDD. ‎· Micah
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Atari 800 ‎· Jim: Lose Cannon
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custom made 386 ‎· MoTO Babycakes
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Another Russian ZX Spectrum clone named Vesta IK-31. ‎· Ободок и ленточка
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IBM PS2 ‎· Zu
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A Compaq Portable (back in the days when a computer weighing about 10kg was portable so long as the case had a handle). ‎· Galen Charlton
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commodore vic 20 ‎· Laura (goldie)
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Commodore Vic 20. ‎· Braga
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Apple IIc ‎· AndreaR
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amiga 500 :p ‎· Tastamam
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m24. olivetti, of course ‎· dud? dud!
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mac performa (IIRC) ‎· ellbeecee
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My parents (therefore the family's) was an IBM PC. The first I used/owned myself was a used Macintosh 512k. ‎· Spidra Webster
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Commodore 64 ‎· ozkanozcan
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ZX Spectrum ‎· DvD
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celeron something pc i dont remember now. i bought almost all parts from different stores. a year or two later i fried the processor while trying to overclock it ‎· Caf
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Радио-86РК ‎· ew1om ‎· 1
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Apple IIc ‎· Novecento
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casper ‎· rozcayna
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intel pentium 133 or something like that ‎· SaeedTheGiraffe ?
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Mac SE II ‎· mehlib
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XT ‎· baton
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Very briefly an Olivetti M280. ‎· neehcohlahdahgohsteenoh
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Commodore 64 ‎· ابوتایغر
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