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The design of the Dynalogic Hyperion desktop computer began soon after the introduction of the IBM PC in 1981. Because the Hyperion was designed to be IBM PC compatible, hardware configurations of both the Hyperion and the IBM PC were similar.…

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The PRO-80 single-board computer kit was designed and manufactured by Protec Microsystems Inc. of Montreal, Quebec. It was introduced in 1981 and distributed by Protec as well as by General Electronics of Willowdale, Ontario. The computer was…

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The SBC 6809 Lab-mate single-board computer was designed by Peter Bubonja, research associate in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Toronto (U of T), between 1984 and 85. The computer was designed and developed at the U of…

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The first Kobo ereader introduced in May 2010. The device was a compact, lightweight, and affordable ereader with Bluetooth connectivity allowing for short-range cable-free transfers of eBooks, newspapers, and magazines to the device. The eReader…

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The Quark/100 single-board computer was designed and manufactured by Megatel Computer Technologies -- a Toronto-based company that specialized in designing and manufacturing of small format single-board computers for OEM market. It was released…

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The MCM System 900 (MCM/900) desktop computer, designed by André Arpin, was released in 1978. The computer consisted of the main CPU unit with built-in display and keyboard. As was the case with its predecessors (the MCM/70, /700, amd /800), it was…

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Introduction to IBM Data Processing Systems. IBM, Form F22-6517 (1960).
Technical manual.

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Joysticks and game pads manufactured by Advanced Gravis Computer Technology Ltd. in the 1980s and 1990s. Holdings: Gravis PC GamePad, Gravis analog joystick, Gravis Eliminator joystick, and Gravis Eexterminator Force joystick.

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The Blackberry 7290 smartphone was announced by Research in Motion (RIM) in 2004. It offered an integrated phone with Bluetooth, color display, an integrated backlit QWERTY keyboard, corporate email integration, and HTML browser.

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The Blackberry 5790 communication device was introduced by Research in Motion (RIM) in 2004. It operated under RIM BlackBerry OS 3.x and offered email services.
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