Looking back at your first computer

New Zealand
May 12, 2007 2:46pm CST
My first every computer was a Commodore 64. Back then I thought it was the most fantastic thing. Now days the only place you will find one is probably in a computer museum. What was your first computer?
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@Debs_place (10551)
• United States
14 May 07
I started with I think it was a Timex Sinclair...$100 by mail..build it yourself. Then I got an Apple II, then a II E, then a IIC I think, then I went to the dark side and got an IBM or 2 or 3, then I got a Dell and then I saw the error of my ways. I now have a Mac - what a machine - best one- hands down.
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@buldwgz (1483)
• United States
12 May 07
My first computer was also a Commodore 64, spudsstuff. I loved it too. The games were actually very fun to play. I actually still have mine and showed my kids how it worked about six months ago. Needless to say, they thought it was from the stone age. It was still much better than an Atari.
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@glf1980 (222)
• Italy
13 May 07
Yes, Commodore 64 was my first too. I have a friend who collects them, you can find many ancient C64 on ebay. Out there a lot of people still love it and they keep it as something very precious...
• New Zealand
13 May 07
I wish I had kept mine now.
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@glf1980 (222)
• Italy
14 May 07
Yes...I gave away mine when I was young and "stupid"...
• India
14 May 07
my first system was a celeron 500 mhz with 32 mega bit ram. 10 gb of harddisk and a cd rom 14 inch monitor but i will tell you some thing i dont know why it happen to me that my first pc is so faster rather than my larest pc