Check out this new gallery of photos that takes us through some landmark technologies in the history of computing. The first three photos in the gallery are very interesting. They showcase Google's first storage system, which was housed in a homemade case made out of Legos. Interestingly, the storage system is now an exhibit at Stanford University in William Gates Hall (yes, that William Gates).
But wait ... there's more. Here are some more galleries of old school computers and devices:
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