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We are obsessed with these retro computer ads from the early 1980s

David Hard Disk Subsystem, 1982

Early computer peripheral ads were weird. The David Hard Disk Subsystem promised a wild new world of computing, where programs could be stored on "hard drives" rather than on a series of flimsy 5 1/4-inch floppy disks.

Konan Corporation

By Fox Van Allen

Fox Van Allen is a Los Angeles-based writer for CBS Interactive covering technology, tech lifestyle and gaming topics for GameSpot, CNET, ZDNet and TechRepublic. He has previously worked as a news and feature writer for a number of other sites, inclu...