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

J.A. Brown's PHD thesis; his thesis was the starting point to the
development of the APL2 programming language offered by IBM.

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photograph of Micro Computer Machines manufacturing facility in Kingston, ON

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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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Lanpar Personal Computer model number LPC, serial number L610206.

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This Mathatron Desk Top Calculator was possibly the earliest solid-state electronic calculating device used at York University. This programmable calculator was used in the second half of the 1960s by Professor Ralph Nicholls who founded the Graduate…

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The first add-on graphics cards for the microcomputer market.

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The MTX-1632 Video RAM was the first product developed and manufactured by Matrox. It was a specialized video-display device which interfaced with a computer hardware to display computer-generated alphanumeric data. One of the companies that employed…

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Matrox high-performance graphics accelerator card

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The museum has two Matrox MACS CCB-7, rack-mounted computers with serial numbers 660 and 707.
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