The BIG LIST of Computers Models Throughout History (1946-2002)

BIG COMPUTER LIST 

afcno KEKno Manufacturer Computer Name Introduced
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* Zuse Z1/2/3 (mech relays) (Germany) late 30's
* Zuse Z4 (vacuum tubes) (Germany) 1939
* Atanasoff/ABC Oct 1939?
* Colossus Mark I (declass 1970) (UK) 1943
1 Harvard Mark I 1944
* Colossus Mark II (declass 1970) (UK) 1944
2 Bell Labs Computer Model IV Mar 1945
3 ENIAC (first vacuum tube) 1946
* Elliott 152 1947
4 Bell Labs Computer Model V Late 1947
* Manchester University Mark I Jun 1948
5 Harvard Mark II Sep 1948
6 BINAC (first stored program?) Aug 1949
* Cambridge EDSAC (first stored?) (UK) May 1949
* IBM SSEC (one of a kind?) 1949?
7 IBM CPC 1949
8 Bell Computer Model III 1949

1950's
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9 National Bureau of Standards SEAC May 1950
10 MIT Whirlwind I Dec 1950
11 Eckert-Mauchley UNIVAC 1101 Era 1101 Dec 1950
12 IBM 607 1950
* Manchester Pilot ACE 1950
* Mark III 1950
13 AVDIAC 1950
* National Physics Labs/ACE May 1950
14 Harvard ADEC Jan 1951
15 Burroughs Lab Calculator Jan 1951
16 NBS SWAC Mar 1951
17 Eckert-Mauchley UNIVAC I Mar 1951
18 ONR Relay Computer May 1951
19 Fairchild Computer Jun 1951
* Lyons Tea Shop LEO 326 1951/2 
* General Electric 100 ERMA 1951
* ABEL Fairchild computer 1951
20 National 102 Jan 1952
21 IAS Mar 1952
22 MANIAC I Mar 1952
23 ORDVAC Mar 1952
24 EDVAC Apr 1952
25 Teleregister Spec Purpose Dig Data Jun 1952
26 U. of Illinois ILLIAC Sep 1952
27 Elecom 100 Dec 1952
* ABNER 1952
* Elliott 153 1952
28 Harvard Mark IV 1952
29 ALWAC II Feb 1953
30 Logistics Era Mar 1953
31 OARAC Apr 1953
32 ABC May 1953
33 RAYDAC Jul 1953
34 MIT Whirlwind II Jul 1953
35 National 102A Sum 1953
36 Consolidated Eng. Model 36-101 Sum 1953
37 Jaincomp C Aug 1953
38 FLAC Sep 1953
39 Oracle Sep 1953
40 Sperry Rand UNIVAC 1103 Sep 1953
41 UNIVAC 1102 Dec 1953
42 UDEC 1 Dec 1953
* Elliott 401 1953
43 National Cash Register NCR 107 1953
44 MINIAC Dec 1953
45 IBM 701 (first comm large scale) 1953
46 IBM 604 1953
47 AN/UJQ-2(YA-1) 1953
APE (R) C - [Rayon] 1953
APE (X) C - [X-ray] 1953
AVIDAC 1953
CA/DIC 1953
CADAC 107A 1953
Consolidated Engineering Corp. Model 36-101 1953
CRC 105 1953
CRC 107 1953
48 Rand JOHNNIAC Mar 1954
49 DYSEAC Apr 1954
50 Elecom 120 May 1954
51 Circle Jun 1954
52 Burroughs 204 & 205 Jul 1954
53 MODAC 5014 Jul 1954
54 ORDFIAC Jul 1954
55 Electro Data Datatron Aug 1954
56 MODAC 404 Sep 1954
57 Lincoln Memory Test Dec 1954
58 TIM II Dec 1954
* BARK 1954
* BTM 1200 1954
59 UC Berkeley CALDIC 1954
* CSC-46 1954
60 UNIVAC 60 & 120 Nov 1954
61 IBM 650 Nov 1954
62 WISC 1954
63 NCR 303 1954
64 Mellon Inst. Digital Computer 1954
65 IBM 610 1954
66 ALWAC III 1954
* Bendix D12 1954?
67 IBM 702 Feb 1955
68 Monrobot III Feb 1955
69 NORC Feb 1955
70 MINIAC II Mar 1955
71 Monrobot V Mar 1955
72 UDEC II Oct 1955
73 Radio Corp of Amer RCA BIZMAC I & II Nov 1955
74 PENNSTAC Nov 1955
75 Technitrol 180 1955
76 National 120D 1955
77 Monrobot VI 1955
78 MODAC 410 1955
79 MIDAC 1955
80 Elecom 125 1955
* English Electric DEUCE 1955
* Giddings & Lewis Numericord 1955
* Whitesac CRC 106 [by NCR] 1955
81 Burroughs E 101 1955
82 Bendix G15 Aug 1955
83 ALWAC III E Nov 1955
* DASK (Denmark) Mid 50's
84 J.B. Rea Co. Readix Feb 1956
85 IBM 705 I Mar 1956
86 UNIVAC 1103 A Mar 1956
87 AF CRC Apr 1956
88 Guidance Function Apr 1956
89 IBM 704 Apr 1956
90 IBM 701 (CORE) 1956
91 NAREC Jul 1956
92 Royal McBee LGP-30 Sep 1956
93 Madac 414 Oct 1956
* Monrobot MU Dec 1956
94 Underwood Elecom 50 1956
* Barber-Colman Decimal Digital Computer 1956
* SILLIAC (Australian) 1956
* Soviet Strela (Arrow) 1956
* MODAC 414 1956?
95 UDEC II Mar 1957
96 George I Sep 1957
97 UNIVAC File O Sep 1957
98 Lincoln TX-O Aut 1957
99 UNIVAC II Nov 1957
100 IBM 705 II Lat 1957
101 Teleregister Telefile Lat 1957
102 Autonetics Recomp I Lat 1957
* Bell Labs LEPRECHAUN 1957
* Cambridge EDSAC II 1957
* Elliott 402 1957
* Elliott 403 1957
103 IBM 608 1957
104 Mistic 1957
105 MANIAC II 1957
106 IBM 609 1957
107 IBM 305 Dec 1957
108 Corbin 1957
109 Burroughs E 103 1957
110 AN/FSQ 7 & 8 1957
111 Alwac 880 1957
* Daystrom 046 1957
* Pegasus (UK) 1957
* Lyons LEO (Lyons Electronic Office) 1957
* UNIVAC 1104 1957
112 UNIVAC File 1 Jan 1958
113 Lincoln CG 24 May 1958
114 IBM 709 Aug 1958
115 UNIVAC 1105 Sep 1958
116 Lincoln TX-2 Fal 1958
117 Philco 2000-210 Nov 1958
118 Autonetics Recomp II Dec 1958
119 Burroughs 220 Dec 1958
120 Mobidic 1958-1960
* Hitachi HIPAC-1 1958
* Hughes AN/ASG 18 (LRI X) [fire control system] 1958
121 Philco CXPQ 1958
122 Monrobot IX 1958
* NBS PILOT 1958
* BESK (Sweden) late 50's
123 General Electric GE 210 Jun 1959
124 Cyclone Jul 1959
125 IBM 1620 Oct 1959
126 NCR 304 Nov 1959
127 IBM 7090 Nov 1959
128 RCA 501 Nov 1959
129 RW 300 Nov 1959
* Hitachi HIPAC-301 1959
* Hitachi Mars-1 1959
* Hughes Digitair (MA-1) [world's smallest vacuum tube computer] 1959
130 RPC 9000 1959
131 Librascope Air Traffic 1959
132 Jukebox 1959
133 Datamatic 1000 1959
134 CCC Real Time 1959
135 Burroughs E 102 1959
136 Burroughs D 204 1959
137 AN/TYK 6V BASICPAC 1959

1960's
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138 Control Data Corp CDC 1604 Jan 1960
139 Librascope 3000 Jan 1960
140 UNIVAC Solid State 80/90 I Jan 1960
* Bunker-Ramo 300 Jan 1960
141 Philco 2000-211 Mar 1960
142 UNIVAC LARC May 1960
143 Libratrol XI May 1960
144 Monrobot XI May 1960
145 IBM 7070 Jun 1960
146 CDC 160 Jul 1960
147 IBM 1401 (Mag Tape) Sep 1960
148 AN/FSQ 31 & 32 Sep 1960
149 Merlin Sep 1960
150 IBM 1401 (Card) Sep 1960
151 Mobidic B Fal 1960
152 CDC RPC 4000 Nov 1960
153 Digital Equipment Corp PDP-1 (M.T.) Nov 1960
154 DEC PDP-1 (P.T.) Nov 1960
155 Packard Bell 250 (PT) Dec 1960
156 Honeywell 800 Dec 1960
157 General Mills AD/ECW-57 Dec 1960
* Bunker-Ramo 330 Dec 1960
158 Philco 3000 Lat 1960
159 MANIAC III Lat 1960
160 Sylvania 59400 Lat 1960
161 Target Intercept Lat 1960
* Bunker-Ramo 330 1960
* Control Data 1604A 1960
* Emidec 1100 1960
162 Westinghouse Airborne 1960
* Raytheon 250 1960
163 RCA 300 1960
164 Mobidic CD & 7A AN/MYK 1960
165 Litton C7000 1960
166 Libratrol 1000 1960
167 GE 312 1960
168 Diana 1960
169 DE 60 Feb 1960
170 Burroughs D107 1960
171 AN/USQ 20 1960
172 AN/TYK 4V COMPAC 1960
* Datasaab D2 1960
* CSC-160 1960
* Electrologica X-1 1960
* Minuteman [ICBM guidance] 1960 
* Minuteman Advanced [missile control] 1960
* Packard Bell TRICE [analog/digital hybrid] 1960
* DistribuTape [before 1961]
* Olivetti Programma 101 early 60's
* Ferranti Atlas I about 1960
* Ferranti Atlas II about 1960
* Facit EDB 1960/3
* Facit DS-9000 1960/3
173 General Mills APSAC Jan 1961
174 UNIVAC Solid State 80/90 II Jan 1961
175 Bendix G20 Feb 1961
* Bendix G21 aft Feb 1961
176 RCA 301 Feb 1961
177 BRLESC Mar 1961
178 GE 225 Mar 1961
179 CCC-DDP 19 (Card) May 1961
180 CCC-DDP 19 (MT) May 1961
181 IBM Stretch (7030) May 1961
182 NCR 390 May 1961
183 Honeywell 290 Jun 1961
184 Autonetics Recomp III Jun 1961
185 CDC 160A Jul 1961
186 IBM 7080 Aug 1961
187 RW 530 Aug 1961
* Bunker-Ramo 530 Aug 1961
* CDC 924/A Aug 1961
188 IBM 7074 Nov 1961
189 IBM 1410 Nov 1961
190 Honeywell 400 Dec 1961 
191 Rice University Dec 1961
192 UNIVAC 490 Dec 1961
* Bunker-Ramo 130 Dec 1961
193 AN/TYK 7V 1961
* Elliott 502 1961
* Elliott 802 1961
* Elliott 803 1961
* FADAC M18 [Field Artillery Digital Automatic Computer] 1961
* Hitachi HITAC 201 1961
* Hitachi HIPAC 103 1961
* NCR 310 1961
* RCA 110 1961
194 UNIVAC 1206 1961
195 UNIVAC 1000 & 1020 1961
* UNIVAC 1212 1961
* UNIVAC 1218 1961
196 ITT Bank Loan Process 1961
197 George II 1961
198 Oklahoma University Ear 1961
199 NCR 315 Jan 1962
200 NCR 315 CRAM Jan 1962
201 UNIVAC File II Jan 1962
202 HRB-Singer SEMA Jan 1962
203 UNIVAC 1004 Feb 1962
* IBM 1710/1720 Feb 1962
* Linc Mar 1962
204 ASI 210 Apr 1962
205 UNIVAC III Jun 1962
206 Burroughs B200 Series-B270 & 280 Jul 1962
* GE 412 Jul 1962
207 Scientific Data Systems SDS 910 Aug 1962
208 SDS 920 Sep 1962
209 DEC PDP-4 Sep 1962
210 UNIVAC 1107 Oct 1962
211 IBM 7094 Oct 1962
* Collins Radio 8400 Nov 1962
212 IBM 7072 Nov 1962
213 IBM 1620 MOD II (MOD III?) Dec 1962
214 Burroughs B5000 Dec 1962
215 ASI 420 Dec 1962
216 Burroughs B2000 Series-Card Sys. Dec 1962
* CDC LPG-21 Dec 1962
217 TRW 400 (AN/FSQ 27) 1962
* AN/GYK-3(V) (Honeywell D825) 1962
* Datasaab D21 1962
* Hitachi HITAC 3030 1962
* Hitachi HITAC 3010 1962
* Hughes HCM 201 1962
* IBM Harvest [aka IBM 7950] 1962
* ILLIAC II 1962
* Lyons LEO III 1962
* MINSK-2 (Russian/Soviet) 1962
* NAVDAC [Navigation Data Assimilation Computer] 1962
* MARDAN [bef 1970?]
* Sperry SINDAC [bef 1970?]
* Bailey Meter 756 1962
* Norden Vote Tally 1962
* Ferranti Titan bef 1963
218 CDC 3600 Jun 1963
219 IBM 7040 Apr 1963
* English Electric KDF 9 (UK) Apr 1963
220 IBM 7044 Jul 1963
221 RCA 601 Jan 1963
222 Honeywell 1800 Nov 1963
223 Philco 1000 TRANSAC S1000 Jun 1963
224 Philco 2000-212 Feb 1963
225 Librascope L 3055 Dec 1963
226 H.W.Electronics 15K Feb 1963
227 GE 215 Jun 1963
228 DDP-24 Jun 1963
229 CDC 3300 Jun 1963
* Bunker-Ramo 230 Jun 1963
* UNIVAC 418 Jun 1963
* Westinghouse 510/580 Jun 1963
* Honeywell 610/620 Aug 1963
230 UNIVAC 1050 Sep 1963
231 UNIVAC 1004 Sep 1963
232 DEC PDP-5 Aug 1963
* Bunker-Ramo 340 Oct 1963
* CSC-636 Oct 1963
233 IBM 1460 Oct 1963
* GE Datanet-30 Oct 1963
234 IBM 1440 Nov 1963
235 Honeywell 1400 Dec 1963
236 ASI 2100 Dec 1963
237 SDS-93C0 Dec 1963
* Ferranti Orion 1 1963
* Hughes 330 1963
* IBM 7750 1963
* ITT 525 1963
* MINSK-22 (Russian/Soviet) 1963
* Packard Bell 440 1963
* SDS 9300 1963
* UNIVAC 1824 1963
* Zuse EPSCO 275 1963
* ICT 1200? early 60's
238 Burroughs 273 Jan 1964
239 GE 235 Jan 1964
240 IBM 7010 Jan 1964
* PDS 1020 Feb 1964
* IBM 7700 Mar 1964
241 Burroughs B 160-180 Apr 1964
242 CDC 160G Apr 1964
* IBM 360/60 Apr 1964
243 IBM 7094 II Apr 1964
244 CDC 3200 May 1964
245 GE 415 May 1964
* CDC 8090 May 1964
246 UNIVAC 1004 II, III Jun 1964
247 SDS-930 Jun 1964
248 GE 425 Jun 1964
* Beckman Instruments 420 Jun 1964
* Bunker-Ramo 133 Jun 1964
* CDC 8092 Jun 1964
249 GE 205 Jul 1964
250 Honeywell 200 Jul 1964
251 RCA 3301 Jul 1964
252 DEC PDP-6 Jul 1964
* Varian 610 Jul 1964
* Adage Ambilog-200 Aug 1964
* GE 4040 Aug 1964
* Westinghouse Electric 50 Aug 1964
253 CDC 6600 ["first" supercomputer] Sep 1964
254 UNIVAC 41B Sep 1964
255 NCR 315-100 Nov 1964
256 GE 635 Nov 1964
257 CDC 3400 Nov 1964
258 Burroughs B5500 Nov 1964
* UNIVAC 418 II Nov 1964
* Digital Electronics 3080 Dec 1964
* Burroughs B 263 1964 
* Burroughs B 283 1964
* DEC 20 1964
* Ferranti Orion 1/05 1964
* Hitachi HITAC 4010 1964
* IBM (Saturn V IMU computer) 1964
* Nixdorf 820 1964
* PDS 1068 1964
* Raytheon 440 1964
* UNIVAC 418 I 1964
* UNIVAC 422 Digital Trainer 1964
259 SDS 925 Feb 1965
260 SDS 92 Feb 1965
261 CDC 3100 Feb 1965
262 ASI 6020 Mar 1965
263 DDP-224 Mar 1965
264 DDP-116 Apr 1965
265 GE 625 Apr 1965
266 DEC PDP-8 [first minicomputer] Apr 1965
267 DEC PDP-7 Apr 1965
268 IBM 360/40 May 1965
269 IBM 360/30 May 1965
* EA 8400 Jun 1965
* GE 4060 Jun 1965
270 NCR 315 RMC Jul 1965
* ASI 6040 Jul 1965
271 UNIVAC 1108 II Aug 1965
272 GE 435 Aug 1965
273 IBM 360/50 Sep 1965
274 IBM 1130 Sep 1965
275 NCR 590 Sep 1965
* Systems Engineering Labs 810-A Sep 1965
* Varian Data Machines 611/612 Sep 1965
276 ASI 6240 Oct 1965
277 UNIVAC 491 & 492 Oct 1965
278 RCA Spectra 70/15 Oct 1965
279 Raytheon 520 Oct 1965
* ASI 6070 Oct 1965
* SCC 660 Oct 1965
280 IBM 360/75 Nov 1965
* Philco 102 (CPS) Nov 1965
* SEL 840 Nov 1965
* Varian 620 Nov 1965
281 Honeywell 2200 Dec 1965
282 CDC 3800 Dec 1965
283 RCA Spectra 70/25 Dec 1965
* ICT 1301 mid 60's
* ICT 1300 mid 60's
* ICT 1302 mid 60's
* Ferranti Packard FP 6000 (Canadian) mid 60's
* Burroughs B300 1965
* ICT 1904 1965
* ICT 1905 1965
* ICT 1902/3 1965
* Electrologica X-8 1965
* Hitachi HITAC 5020 1965
* NCR 315 RMC 1965
* NCR 500 1965
284 Friden 6010 Jan 1966
285 CDC 6400 Jan 1966
286 DDP-124 Jan 1966
287 Honeywell 1200 Jan 1966
288 IBM 360/20 Jan 1966
289 UNIVAC 1005 II, III Feb 1966
290 UNIVAC 1005 I Feb 1966
291 Honeywell 120 Feb 1966
* ASI 6050 Feb 1966
* Honeywell H-21 Feb 1966
* IBM 1800 Feb 1966
292 IBM 360/65 Mar 1966
293 UNIVAC 494 Mar 1966
294 SDS 940 Apr 1966
* CDC 1700 May 1966
* SCC 670 May 1966
* CCD 516 Jun 1966
* IBM 360/67 Jun 1966 
295 RCA Spectra 70/55 Jul 1966
296 RCA Spectra 70/45 Jul 1966
297 RCA Spectra 70/35 Jul 1966
* GE 645 Jul 1966
* SEL 810-A Aug 1966
* SEL 840-A Aug 1966
* DEC PDP-8/S Sep 1966
298 Philco 200-213 Oct 1966
299 IBM 360/44 Oct 1966
* Data Mate ECP-18 Nov 1966
* Hewlett-Packard 2116-A Nov 1966
* GE 4050 Dec 1966
* CDC 6416 1966
* CDC 6500 1966
300 Honeywell 4200 May 1967
301 SDS Sigma 7 Dec 1966
302 DEC PDP-8/S Linc-8 Sep 1966
303 DEC PDP-9 Dec 1966
* Business Information Technology 80 Dec 1966
* Elliott 4100 1966
* Elliott 903 1966
* Elliott 905 1966
* Elliott 920M 1966
* Elliott 920B 1966
* Elliott 920C 1966
* GE 115 1966
* Hitachi HITAC 5020E 1966
* Hitachi HITAC 8100 1966
* Hitachi HITAC 8200 1966
* Honeywell DDP 516 1966
* SCC 650 1966
* UNIVAC 1830 1966
304 SDS Sigma 2 Jan 1967
305 Burroughs B 2500 Feb 1967
309 Burroughs B 6500 Feb 1967
* GE 4020 Feb 1967
306 Burroughs B 3500 May 1967
* SCC IC6000 May 1967
* Interdata 3 May 1967
307 UNIVAC 9300 Jun 1967
308 UNIVAC 9200 Jun 1967
* IBM 1401-H Jun 1967
* Electronics Assoicates, Inc 640 Jun 1967
* Xerox Sigma 5 Aug 1967
310 CDC 3500 Sep 1967
* Westinghouse 250 (S-2) Sep 1967
* Digital Electronics 3080-C Oct 1967
* ASI 6130 Oct 1967
* SEL 840-MP Oct 1967
* Raytheon Computer 703 Oct 1967
* IBM 360/90 Series Nov 1967
* HP 2115-A Nov 1967
* Honeywell 125 Dec 1967 
* BESM-6 (Russian/Soviet) 1967
* CDC 6800 1967
* DEC PDP-10 (KA10) 1967
* Hitachi HITAC 8500 1967
* Hitachi HITAC 8300 1967
* Hitachi HITAC 8400 1967
* ICL Systems 4 1967
* Torch ????
* ICT 1906/7 1966/7
* ICT 1901 1966/7
* General Automation SPC-8 Jan 1968
* Honeywell 1648 Jun 1968
* Computer Automation 808 Jun 1968
* Motorola Instrumentations MDP-1000 Jun 1968
* Interdata 2 Jul 1968
* Redcor RC-70 Jul 1968
* DEC PDP-8/I Aug 1968
* Honeywell 1250 Aug 1968
* Interdata 4 Aug 1968
* Honeywell 110 Sep 1968
* NCR Century 100 Sep 1968
* SCC IC4000 Sep 1968
* HP 2116-A Sep 1968
* Varian 520 1 Sep 1968
* IBM 360/25 Oct 1968
* HP 2114-A Oct 1968
* RCA Spectra 70/46 Nov 1968
* Burroughs B500 Nov 1968
* DEC PDP-9/L Nov 1968
* HP 2000-A Nov 1968
* Honeywell 632 Dec 1968
* Bailey Meter 855 Dec 1968
* Computer Automation 816 Dec 1968
* Dynamic Research DRC-44 Dec 1968
* Honeywell CCD 416 Dec 1968
* SEL 810-B Dec 1968
* DEC PDP-8/I Apr 1968
* DEC PDP-8/L Nov 1968
* AGU (Apollo CM guidance computer) 1968
* (Apollo LM computer) 1968
* Datasaab D22 1968
* ICT 1901A 1968
* ICT 1902A/3A 1968
* ICT 1904A/5A 1968
* MINSK-32 (Russian/Soviet) 1968
* CDC 7600 Jan 1969
* Interdata 15 Jan 1969
* Micro Systems 800 Jan 1969
* Micro Systems 810 Jan 1969
* Honeywell 8200 Feb 1969
* Data General Nova Feb 1969
* GE 105 Mar 1969
* Lockheed Electronics MAC-16 Mar 1969
* Raytheon Computer 704 Mar 1969
* Sanders 200 Mar 1969
* Burroughs B8500 Apr 1969
* DEC PDP-12 Apr 1969
* GE 30 Apr 1969
* SCC 4700 Apr 1969
* UNIVAC 9400 May 1969
* UNIVAC 9480 May 1969
* Data Craft 6024-1 May 1969
* Raytheon Computer 706 May 1969
* SCC DCT-132 May 1969
* Varian Data R620 i May 1969
* GE 615 Jun 1969
* NCR Century 200 Jun 1969
* SCC IC7000 Jun 1969
* Burroughs B6500 Jul 1969
* Computer Automation 208 Jul 1969
* General Automation GA-18/20 Jul 1969
* Honeywell CCD 316 Jul 1969
* Xerox Data CE-16 Jul 1969
* Sprias Systems 65 Aug 1969
* Westinghouse Electric 2000 Aug 1969
* Tempo Computers 1/1-A Sep 1969
* Xerox Data CF-16 Sep 1969
* IBM 360/85 Oct 1969
* CDC 6700 Oct 1969
* Data Mate DM-16 Oct 1969
* GE 58 Nov 1969
* Computer Logic CLS-18 Nov 1969
* HP 2114-B Nov 1969
* SCC DCT-32 Nov 1969
* UNIVAC 1106 Dec 1969
* Xerox Sigma-3 Dec 1969
* Business Information Technology 483 Dec 1969
* Micro Systems 812 Dec 1969
* Datasaab D5 1969
* General Automation SPC-12 1969
* GRI Computer Corp. GRI-909 1969
* ICT 1906A 1969
* RCA 200 1969
* Atlas 5-15ad ????
* Atlas 5-5 ????
* Atlas 580 ????

1970's
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* IBM System/3 Jan 1970
* GE 120 Jan 1970
* DEC PDP-15 Jan 1970
* GRI Computer 909 Jan 1970
* Recor RC-77 Jan 1970
* Honeywell 3200 Feb 1970
* IBM S/3-10 Feb 1970
* Rolm 1601 Feb 1970
* DEC PDP-11/20 Apr 1970
* Data General Super Nova Apr 1970
* Viatron 2140 Apr 1970
* Viatron 2150 Apr 1970
* SEL 86 May 1970
* Computer Automation 216 Jul 1970
* RCA Spectra 70/60 Sep 1970
* Mini Comp Multi-Term Sep 1970
* SEL 88 Nov 1970
* ASI 6120 1970
* Clary-Datacomp 404 1970
* Imlac PDS-1 1970
* MECS 2050 [later GEC] 1970
* MODCOMP I 1970
* MODCOMP III 1970
* Wozniak/Fernandez "Cream Soda Computer" (bad AC power supply) 1970
* Data Craft 6024-1 1970
* Data General Nova 800 1970
* Data General Nova 1200 1970
* DEC PDP-11/10 1970
* DEC PDP-11/15 1970
* GE 53 1970
* Singer System 10/102 1970
* Singer System 10/104 1970
* Singer System 10/106 1970
* Texas Instruments TI-960 1970
* ICL 1908A 1969/70?
* RCA Spectra 70/61 Feb 1971
* IBM 360/195 (Was this ever delivered?) Mar 1971
* GE 655 Mar 1971
* Computer Terminal Corp. Datapoint 2200 1971
* Data General Nova 1220 1971
* Datanet 355 1971
* DEC PDP-8/E Mar 1971
* Burroughs D210 1971
* Honeywell 6080 1971
* Interdata 70 1971
* Interdata 80 1971
* Philips P850 1971
* Philips P850/PSC 1971
* Philips P850/3U 1971
* Philips P850/6U 1971
* Texas Instruments TI-980 1971
* UNIVAC 1832 1971
* UNIVAC 9700 1971
* Honeywell 6045 ????
* Intel MCS8 8008 1971
* Standard Radio and Telefon Censor 932 1971
* IBM 370/165 1971
* Philips P851 ????
* DEC PDP-8/M Jun 1972
* DEC PDP-11/05 Jun 1972
* DEC PDP-11/45 Jun 1972
* Burroughs B1700 1972
* DEC PDP 11/45 (Fl pt and memory manag) 1972
* DECSYSTEM 10 KI10 1972
* HP 9820 1972
* Honeywell 2040A 1972
* Honeywell 2050A 1972
* Honeywell 6180 1972
* IBM 370/145 1972
* IBM 370/155 1972
* Interdata 50 1972
* MODCOMP II 1972
* Prime 200 1972
* UNIVAC 1110 1972
* Varian V-71 1972
* Varian V-72 1972
* Varian V-73 1972
* DEC PDP-11/40 Jan 1973
* Wang 2200 May 1973
* Data General 840 1973
* IBM 4Pi AP-1 (custom) [DPS] (Original Space Shuttle computers) 1973
* GEC 4080 1973
* Hitachi 8800 1973
* Hitachi Model 8800 1973
* Honeywell 2020 1973
* Honeywell 2030 1973
* HP 3000 1973
* HP 2100-S 1973
* IBM 360/115 1973
* ICL 2903 1973
* MAI Basic/Four 400 1973
* MicroData 32/S 1973
* MicroData Reality 1973
* MODCOMP IV 1973
* Prime 100 1973
* Prime 300 1973
* Texas Instruments TI-990/9 1973
* Texas Instruments TI-990/10 1973
* Xerox Alto 1973
* Xerox 530 1973
* Intel MCS8I 8080 1972/73
* Interdata 7/16 1973
* Unidata 7720 Jan 1974
* IBM S/3-8 Oct 1974
* Nixdorf 8870 Dec 1974
* Intel Mark-8 Jul 1974
* Norsk Data NORD-10 Jun 1974?
* Norsk Data NORD-1 Oct 1974?
* Burroughs ILLIAC IV 1974
* CDC Cyber 175 1974
* CDC STAR-100 1974
* Data General Eclipse S/100 1974
* Data General Eclipse S/200 1974
* Goodyear Aerospace STARAN 1974
* HP 9830 1974
* Honeywell 60 1974
* Interdata 7/32 1974
* MicroData Micro-One 1974
* Computer Automation Naked Mini LSI 1 1974
* CA Naked Mini LSI 2 1974
* MAI Basic/Four 500 1974
* Philips P852 1974
* Raytheon RDS-500 1974
* Texas Instruments ASC 1974
* UNIVAC 90/60 1974
* UNIVAC 90/70 1974
* U. of Illinois/ILLIAC IV 1974
* Xerox 550 1974
* Xerox 560 1974
* DEC PDP-8/A Jan 1975
* MITS Altair 8800 (first micro kit) Jan 1975
* DEC LSI-11 (16-bit) Feb 1975
* DEC PDP-11/70 Mar 1975
* Interdata 8/32 Mar 1975
* MAI Basic/Four 600 Mar 1975
* NCR 8200 Mar 1975
* Norsk Data NORD-12 May 1975?
* Amdahl 470 V/6 Jun 1975
* DEC PDP-11/03 Jun 1975
* IBM S/3-12 Jul 1975
* Philips P856 Aug 1975
* Philips P857 Aug 1975
* Norsk Data NORD-50 Aug 1975?
* DEC PDP-11/04 Sep 1975
* Philips P857 M Sep 1975
* Philips P856 M Sep 1975
* Burroughs B2800 1975
* Burroughs B4800 1975
* CDC Cyber 72 1975
* CDC Cyber 76 1975
* CompuColor Corp. CompuColor I (8001,8051) 1975
* DECSYSTEM 10 KL10 1975
* General Automation GA/16 1975
* General Automation GA/18 1975
* HP 21 MX 1975
* HP 9831 1975
* Honeywell Level 6 1975
* IBM 370/168 1975
* IBM 5100 (2 models) 1975
* IBM S/3-15 1975
* IBM S/7 1975
* IBM System 32 1975
* ICL 2960 1975
* Kim Kit KIM-1 1975
* MAI Basic/Four 350 1975
* MAI Basic/Four Model 8000 1975
* Texas Instruments TI/990 1975
* Varian V-74 1975
* Varian V-75 1975
* UNIVAC 90/30 1975
* UNIVAC 1100/40 1975
* Varian 620L 1975
* Xerox Sigma 9 1975
* AN/AYK-14 1975 ?
* Sphere 1975 ?
* Dietz 621 [before 1975]
* Compal 1975-77
* Digital Systems 1975-77
* Digital Microsystems 1975-77
* Intel MDS Micro Dev Sys mid 70's
* Plessey Miproc mid 70's
* IBM S/3-4 Jan 1976
* CDC Cyber 18 Mar 1976
* DEC PDP-11/34 Mar 1976
* Varian V-76 Mar 1976
* DEC PDP-11/55 Jun 1976
* HP 3000 II Jun 1976
* UNIVAC 90/80 Jun 1976
* Burroughs B80 Sep 1976
* Apple I 1976 
* CDC Cyber 172 1976
* Cray Research CRAY-1 1976
* Cromemco System I 1976
* Cromemco System II 1976
* Cromemco System III 1976
* DEC System-20 1976
* GEC 4082 1976
* GEC 4070 1976
* Heathkit H8 1976
* HP 9845 1976
* IMSAI 8080 1976
* JOLT-1 1976
* KIM 10 (first 6502) 1976
* MAI/Basic Four Model 1200 1976
* MITS Altair 680b 1976
* MODCOMP IV/35 1976
* NCR Criterion 8550 1976
* NCR Criterion 8570 1976
* NEC TK 80 1976
* Polymorphic Systems Poly 88 1976
* Rockwell AIM 65 1976
* SYM-1 1976
* Tandem Nonstop I 1976
* Texas Instruments TI-990/4 1976
* UNIVAC 1100/20 1976
* Sinclair MK14 (SC/MP) 1976?
* VT78 (PDP-8 in a terminal) Jun 1977
* DEC PDP-11/60 Jun 1977
* Apple II 1977
* CDC Cyber 174 1977
* CDC Cyber 176 1977
* Central Data 2650 1977
* Commodore PET 1977
* Commodore PET 2001 1977
* Computer Data Systems Versatile 2 1977
* Data Soft PCS 80 1977
* Data Soft VDP 80 1977
* DEC DECstation 1977
* Exidy Sorcerer 1977
* Extensis EX3000 1977
* Fairchild F8 1977
* GRI System/99 1977
* HP 250 1977
* Intecolor CompuColor II 1977
* NorthStar Horizon 1977
* Ohio Scientific Model 500 1977
* Prime 500 1977
* Processor Technology SOL-10 1977
* Processor Technology SOL-20 1977
* Tandy TRS-80 model 1 1977
* UNIVAC 1195 1977
* Wang PCS II 1977
* Norsk Data NORD-10/S Apr 1977?
* Norsk Data NORD-2B May 1977?
* Norsk Data NORD-5 May 1977?
* Norsk Data NORD-20 May 1977?
* AN/UYK-44 [aka Rolm 1666 ?] 1977?
* Philips P855 1977?
* Godbout ????
* MAI/Basic Four 730 Dec 1978
* DEC PDP-11/34C (Cache Memory) May 1978
* Polymorphic Systems 8813 Jul 1978
* DEC VAX 11/780 1978
* GEC 4085 1978
* Heathkit H11 1978
* Lucas Nascom 1 1978
* Ohio Scientific Model 600 [Superboard II] 1978
* Telmac 1800 1978
* UNIVAC 1100/80 1978
* Video Brain Computer Corp. Video Brain 1978
* IBM 4300 Jan 1979
* DEC PDP-11/23 Jan 1979
* Perkin-Elmer 3220 Feb 1979
* Seattle Computer Products Gazelle Nov 1979
* Acorn System-1 1979
* Acorn Series 3/4/5 1979
* Apple II+ 1979 
* Atari 400 1979 
* Atari 800 1979 
* Compukit UK101 1979
* Cray Research Cray-1/S 1979
* ETH Lilith (Swiss) 1979
* GEC 4060 1979
* GEC 4080M 1979
* Heathkit H89 1979
* IBM System 38 1979
* Lucas Nascom 2 1979
* Prime 550 1979
* Tandem /16 1979
* Tandy TRS-80 II 1979
* Three Rivers PERQ-1 1979
* TI 99/4A 1979 
* TI 99/4Q 1979
* Xerox 1100 ["Dolphin"] [D0] 1979
* TI 99/4 late 1979
* Sinclair ZX80 late 1979 
* IBM System 23 Datamaster ca. 1979
* Norsk Data NORD-100 Mar 1979?
* Norsk Data NORD-500 Jun 1979?
* Telmac 2000 ????
* ESKO ????
* Hydril Micromaster [late 70's?]


1980's
------

* Commodore VIC-20 Apr 1980 
* Acorn Atom 1980
* Amdahl 470-V8 1980
* Apple III 1980
* Commodore CBM 4000 series 1980
* Data General Eclipse MV/8000 1980
* Datamax UV-1 1980
* Eaca Video Genie/EG-3003 1980
* IBM System 34 1980
* Onyx C-8000 1980
* Symbolics LM-2 1980
* Western Digital WD9000 Pascal Microengine 1980
* Zilog System-8000 series 1980 
* Luxor ABC 80 fall 1980
* Sinclair ZX81 (ULA) late 1980
* FTS Series 88 early 80's
* DEC VAX 11/782 1980?
* DEC VAX 11/750 1980?
* CASU Super C (S100 CP/M box) 1980??
* Burroughs B800 [bef 1980]
* Burroughs B96 [bef 1980]
* IBM 5523 ????
* Acorn BBC Model A Nov 1981
* Acorn BBC Model B Nov 1981
* Dual Systems 83/20 Nov 1981
* Apollo DOMAIN ("first" workstation) 1981
* Commodore CBM 8000 series 1981
* Commodore SuperPET [aka MicroMainFrame (MMF) ] 1981
* GEC 4090 1981
* IBM PC (5150) 1981
* IBM System 36 1981
* Jupiter ACE (Z80 with Forth) 1981
* Osborne I 1981
* Tandem Nonstop II 1981
* Three Rivers PERQ T-1 1981
* Xerox 8010 ["Star"] 1981
* Luxor ABC 800 Spr 1981
* Dragon 32 (British Tandy CoCo) Jan 1982
* MAI/Basic Four S/10 Mar 1982
* DEC Rainbow May 1982
* Cromemco C-10 Jun 1982
* Commodore 64 Sept 1982
* Acorn Communicator 1982
* Alpha Micro 1000 A 1982
* Applied Technologies MicroBee 32 (Australian) 1982
* Camputers Lynx (Z80 home machine) 1982
* CDC 730 1982
* CDC 815 1982
* CDC 825 1982
* CDC 835 1982
* CDC 855 1982
* CDC 865 1982
* CDC 875 1982
* Compupro System 816 1982
* Corvus Concept 1982
* Cray Research X-MP 1982
* DEC VAX 11/730 1982
* DEC DECmate II 1982
* DEC Professional 350 1982
* Dick Smith VZ-200 (Australian) 1982
* Hitachi S-810/10 1982
* Hitachi S-810 1982 
* IBM PC-XT (and clones) 1982
* Lobo Max-80 1982
* NorthStar Advantage 1982
* Osborne Executive 1982
* Research Machines Ltd. 380Z 1982
* Research Machines Ltd. Link 480Z 1982
* Sinclair ZX Spectrum 16K 1982 
* Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48K 1982
* Sony SMC-70 1982
* Symbolics 3600 [L-Machines] 1982
* Tandy Model 16 1982
* Telmac TMC-600 1982
* Three Rivers PERQ T-2 1982
* Toshiba Tosbac UX-300 1982
* Victory Computer Systems Victory Factor 1982
* Xerox 820 1982
* Zenith Z-100 1982
* Acorn Briefcase Communicator 1982?
* DEC VAX 11/725 1982?
* Digital VT-103 (LSI-11) 1982?
* Heathkit H18 ????
* Commodore PET 8096 [Before Dec 1982]
* Superboard 101 ????
* Acorn Electron Jul 1983
* IBM PCjr Nov 1983
* Apple IIe 1983
* Apple Lisa 1983
* AT&T 3b2 1983
* AT&T 3b2/300 1983
* AT&T 3b2/310 1983
* AT&T 3b5 1983
* CDC Cyber 750 1983
* David Computer [DDC] PROFI 203 1983
* DEC Firefly (first multiprocessor workstation) 1983
* Fortune Systems Fortune 32:16 1983
* Grundy NewBrain 1983
* HH Tiger 1983
* Hitachi S-810/20 1983
* Kaypro II 1983
* Kaypro 4 1983
* MSX 1 (Japanese) 1983
* NEC PC8201a 1983
* Oric 1 (6502 frist color under 100) 1983
* Software Publishers [SWP] ATR-8000 1983
* Sun Microsystems SUN-1 1983
* Tandy Model 100 1983
* Tandy TRS-80 Model 2000 [80186] 1983
* Xerox 820-II 1983
* Xerox 1132 ["Dorado"] [D1] 1983
* DEC VAX 11/785 1983?
* Commodore Plus/4 1983?
* Digital VT-180 "Robin" 1983?
* Apple Macintosh (128K) Jan 1984
* AT&T PC6300 Jun 1984
* Coleco Adam Oct 1984
* Apple IIc 1984
* Applied Technologies MicroBee Premium 128K 1984
* COMX-35 (Australian) 1984
* Digital MicroVAX-I 1984
* Dual Systems 83/2084 1984
* Dual Systems 83/8084 1984
* Dual Systems 83/50084 1984
* Epson PX-8 [portable] 1984
* IBM PC/AT (and clones) 1984 
* Masscomp Workstation 500 1984
* NEC APC 1984
* Oric Atmos 1984
* Silicon Graphics IRIS 1000 1984
* Silicon Graphics IRIS 2000 1984
* Silicon Graphics IRIS 3000 1984
* Sinclair QL 1984
* Sun Microsystems SUN-2 1984
* Symbolics 3650 [G-Machines] 1984
* Tandem TXP 1984
* Tandy T1000 1984
* Tatung Einstein 1984
* Unisys ICON 1984
* Xerox Star 1109 1984
* Apple Macintosh 512K (Fat Mac) Fall 1984
* Acorn BBC Model B+ early 1984
* Acorn Business Computer late 1984
* Acorn BBC Master Range late 1984
* Amstrad CPC 464 1984?
* CDC Cyber 955 [aft 1984]
* Acorn Reuters Board ????
* Acorn British Telecom M2105 ????
* IBM 3090 200 Feb 1985
* AT&T 7300 Mar 1985
* Acorn A3000 May 1985
* Alliant FX/1 Jul 1985
* Alliant FX/8 Jul 1985
* Atari 520ST Aug 1985
* Commodore Amiga A1000 Sept 1985
* Commodore Amiga 1000 Oct 1985
* AT&T 6300 Plus Oct 1985
* Masscomp MC5300 Oct 1985 
* Masscomp MC5400 Oct 1985
* Masscomp MC5700 Oct 1985
* Sun Microsystems SUN-3 Dec 1985
* Acorn ARM workstation 1985
* Amstrad CPC 664,6128 1985
* AT&T 3b1 1985 
* Atari 520/1040STf 1985
* Atari 520/1040STfm 1985
* Atari 520/STE 1985
* Commodore 128 1985
* Convex C1 1985
* Cray Research CRAY-2 1985
* DEC Pro 350 1985
* DEC Pro 380 1985
* DEC Professional 380 1985
* Enterprise 64/128 ["Elan 64"] 1985
* ETH Ceres (Swiss) 1985
* IBM S/390 1985
* MSX 2 (Japanese) 1985
* Sinclair OPD 1985
* Tandem V8 1985
* Tandem XL8 1985
* Thinking Machines Connection Machine CM-1 1985
* Xerox 6085 ["Daybreak"] 1985
* Commodore C16 1985/86
* Digital VAX 8810/8820 ????
* Digital VAX 6400-100...6400-500 ????
* Sun Microsystems SUN-3/60 ????
* Digital VAX 8200 Jan 1986
* Digital VAX 8300 Jan 1986
* Digital VAX 8800 Jan 1986
* IBM 4381 Feb 1986
* Digital VAX 8500 Apr 1986
* Tandem VLX Apr 1986
* Digital VAX 8550 Aug 1986
* Digital VAX 8700 Aug 1986
* Amstrad PCW 8256,8512,9512 1986
* Apple IIGS 1986 
* Apple Macintosh 512KE 1986
* Apple Macintosh Plus 1986
* Compaq Deskpro 386 [first IBM-clonemaker to debut an Intel-based PC] 1986
* DEC microVAX-II 1986
* IBM PC-RT (first RISC) 1986
* LMI Lambda 1986
* TMC Connection Machine CM-2 1986?
* Masscomp MC5350 Feb 1987
* Masscomp MC5450 Feb 1987
* Masscomp MC5500 Feb 1987
* Digital VAX 8250 Mar 1987
* Digital VAX 8350 Mar 1987
* Digital VAX 8530 Mar 1987
* Silicon Graphics 4D/60 Mar 1987
* Tandem LXN May 1987
* AT&T 6385 Jul 1987
* Alliant FX/4 Sept 1987
* Acorn A440 1987
* Acorn Archimedes 1987
* Amstrad PCW 9256 1987
* Apple Macintosh II 1987
* Apple Macintosh SE 1987
* Atari Mega 1 [Mega STf series] 1987 
* Atari Mega 2 [Mega STf series] 1987
* Atari Mega 4 [Mega STf series] 1987
* Commodore Amiga A500 1987
* Commodore Amiga A2000A (German) 1987
* Commodore Amiga A2000B (U.S.) 1987
* Commodore Amiga A2000HD 1987
* Digital MicroVAX-3500 1987
* Digital MicroVAX-II 1987
* Digital VAX 8974 1987
* Digital VAX 8978 1987
* ETA Systems ETA10-G 1987
* IBM PS/2 series (no servers) 1987 
* ITT ADX-9303 1987
* Parsytec Megaframe 1987
* Silicon Graphics 4D/50 1987
* Sun Microsystems SUN-4/100 1987
* Sun Microsystems SUN-4/280 1987
* Symbolics XL-400 [I-Machines] 1987
* Tandem CLX 1987
* Ungermann-Bass NIU-180 1987
* Silicon Graphics 4D/70 Fll 1987
* Commodore Amiga 2000 Spr 1987
* DEC microVAX 2000 early 1987
* Acorn A3000 Series late 1987
* Acorn A4000 Series late 1987
* Acorn A680 [prototype] ????
* Concurrent 3280SP Jan 1988
* Alliant FX/40 Feb 1988
* Alliant FX/80 Feb 1988
* Ardent Titan Mar 1988
* Masscomp MC6300 May 1988
* Masscomp MC6400 May 1988
* Masscomp MC6600 May 1988
* Masscomp MC6700 May 1988
* Alliant VFX/4 Aug 1988
* Alliant VFX/40 Aug 1988
* Alliant VFX/80 Aug 1988
* Alliant FX/80T Oct 1988
* Alliant FX/82 Oct 1988
* NeXT (Cube) Oct 1988
* Silicon Graphics 4D/20 Oct 1988
* Commodore Amiga A2500 Nov 1988
* Concurrent 3280E MPS Dec 1988
* Apple IIc Plus 1988
* Apple Macintosh IIx 1988
* Commodore 128D 1988 
* Convex C210 1988
* Cray Research Y-MP 1988
* Cray Research Y-MP EA 1988
* Digital MicroVAX-3400 1988
* Digital VAX 6200 1988
* Digital VAX 6210/6220/6230.../6250 1988
* Digital VAXStation 8000 1988
* Parsytec Supercluster 1988
* Silicon Graphics 4D/80 1988
* Silicon Graphics 4D/85 1988
* Silicon Graphics Personal Iris 1988
* Sun Microsystems SUN 386i 1988
* Sinclair ZX-88 1988/89
* Acorn R140 Feb 1989
* Apple Macintosh Portable Sep 1989
* Tandem Cyclone Oct 1989
* Acorn A410 1989
* Apollo 2500 [by HP] 1989
* Apple Macintosh IIci 1989
* Apple Macintosh IIcx 1989
* Apple Macintosh SE/30 1989
* Atari Mega 2STe [Mega STe series] 1989
* Atari Mega 4STe [Mega STe series] 1989
* Data General Aviion [series] 1989
* Digital DecStation 2100 1989 
* Digital DecStation 3100 1989
* Digital MicroVAX-3800 1989
* Digital MicroVAX-3900 1989
* Digital MicroVAX-3100 1989
* Digital VAX 5400 1989
* Digital VAX 5800 1989
* Digital VAX 6310/6320/6330.../6350 1989
* Digital VAX 9000 1989
* ETA Systems ETA10-E 1989
* ETA Systems ETA10-Q 1989
* Sun Microsystems SPARCstation-1 1989
* Silicon Graphics 4D/100 1989?

1990's
------
* Alliant FX/2800 Jan 1990
* Commodore Amiga 3000 Apr 1990
* Stardent Stiletto Sep 1990
* IBM PS/2 95 [80486] Oct 1990
* 80486-based PC compatibles 1990
* Apple Macintosh Classic 1990
* Apple Macintosh IIfx 1990
* Apple Macintosh IIsi 1990
* Apple Macintosh LC 1990
* Atari STe 1990
* Atari TT030 1990
* Commodore Amiga A3000 1990
* Cray Research Y-MP 2E 1990
* Cray Research XMS 1990
* Digital DECstation 5000 1990
* Digital VAX 6500-100...6500-500 1990
* MasPar MP-1 1990
* MasPar MP-2 1990
* NeXT NeXTstation 1990
* Tandem Integrity S2 1990 
* Digital "quad i486 machine" 1990?
* Silicon Graphics 4D/200 1990?
* Silicon Graphics 4D/300 1990?
* Alliant FX/800 Feb 1991
* Alliant SRM/1 Feb 1991
* Acorn A540 Mar 1991
* Acorn R260 Mar 1991
* Acorn R225 Mar 1991
* Stardent Vistra 800 May 1991
* Acorn A5000 Oct 1991
* Apple Powerbook 100 Oct 1991
* Alliant CAMPUS/800 Nov 1991
* Apple Macintosh Classic II 1991
* Apple Mac Quadra 700 1991
* Apple Mac Quadra 900 1991
* Be, Inc. BeBox I [AT&T Hobbit] 1991
* Commodore Amiga A500+ 1991
* Convex C3200 1991
* Convex C3400 1991
* Convex C3800 1991
* Cray Research Y-MP 8E 1991
* Cray Research Y-MP C90 1991
* Digital VAX 9000-420 1991
* Digital VAX 4000-??? 1991
* HP 9000/730 (Apollo) 1991
* Intel Paragon 1991
* Kendal Square Research KSR-1 1991
* Sun Microsystems SPARCstation-2 1991
* Digital VAX 9000-420 early 1991
* Silicon Graphics 4D/35 1991
* Silicon Graphics 4D/400 1991
* Silicon Graphics Iris Indigo XS21 1991
* Silicon Graphics R4000 Indigo 1991
* Tandem Cyclone-R 1991
* TMC Connection Machine CM-5 1991
* Sun Microsystems SPARCstation IPC (4/40) 1991?
* Sun Microsystems SPARCstation IPX (4/50) 1991?
* CPC ????
* Digital DecStation 5100 ????
* Commodore Amiga 600 Mar 1992
* Commodore Amiga A600HD Mar 1992
* Commodore Amiga A600 Mar 1992
* Apple Macintosh LC II 1992
* Apple Macintosh Quadra 950 1992
* Cray Research S-MP 1992
* Cray Research Y-MP EL 1992
* Cray Research Y-MP M90 1992
* HP 9000 Model 735 1992
* HP 9000 Model 755 1992
* HP 9000 Model 715/33 1992
* HP 9000 Model 715/50 1992
* HP 9000 Model 725/50 1992
* Sun Microsystems SPARCclassic 1992
* Sun Microsystems SPARCstation-10 1992
* Sun Microsystems SPARCstation LX 1992
* IBM 10-101S (Space Shuttle) 1992
[end of original list timeframe (1939 - 1992) ]

* Silicon Graphics 4D/510 ["Crimson"] Jan 1993
* Cray Computer Corp. CRAY-3 1993
* IBM RS/6000 SP 1993
* Pentium-based PC compatibles 1993
* Silicon Graphics Indy 1993
* Silicon Graphics Indigo 2 1993
* Silicon Graphics Onyx L & XL 1993
* Apple Mac Power Macintosh 6100/60 1994
* Cray Research Y-MP J90 1994
* Digital 200 AlphaStation 4/166 1994
* Digital 200 AlphaStation 4/233 1994
* Digital 400 AlphaStation 4/233 1994
* HP 7000 Model 715/100 1994
* HP 7000 Model 712/80 1994
* Sun Microsystems SPARCstation-5 1994
* Sun Microsystems SPARCstation-20 1994
* Apple Mac Power Macintosh 6200/75 1995
* Apple Mac Power Macintosh 9500/120 1995
* Cray Research Y-MP T90 1995
* Fujitsu Numerical Wind Tunnel (VP550) 1995
* HP Model C110 1995
* Silicon Graphics Indigo 2 Impact 1995
* Sun Microsystems Ultra-1 1995
* Sun Microsystems Ultra-2 1995
* Be, Inc. BeBox [dual PPC 603/66's] 1995?
* Apple Mac Power Macintosh 6300/120 1996
* Apple Mac Power Macintosh 6400/200 1996
* Cray Research T3E 1996
* HP Model J280 1996
* Pentium Pro-based PC compatibles c. 1996
* Silicon Graphics O2 1996
* Be, Inc. BeBox [dual PPC 603/133's] 1996?
* Apple Mac Power Macintosh 6500/250 1997
* Apple Mac Power Macintosh 7300/166 1997
* Apple Mac Power Macintosh 9600/350 1997
* Apple PowerMac G3 1997
* Digital Personal Workstation 433a 1997
* HP B132L Visualize 1997
* HP B160L Visualize 1997
* HP C160 Visualize 1997
* HP C160L Visualize 1997
* HP C180 Visualize 1997
* Intel ASCI Red 1997
* Pentium MMX-based PC compatibles 1997
* Pentium II-based PC compatibles 1997
* Silicon Graphics Octane 1997
* Tera Computing MTA 1997
* Apple Mac iMac (Bondi blue, 233 MHz) 1998
* Cray Research SV1 1998
* HP C240 Visualize 1998
* Silicon Graphics Octane/SE 1998
* Sun Microsystems Ultra 5 1998
* Sun Microsystems Ultra 10 1998
* Sun Microsystems Ultra 60 1998
* Apple Mac iMac (5 "flavors" [colors], 333 MHz) 1999
* Apple PowerMac G4 1999
* HP B1000 Visualize 1999 
* HP C3000 Visualize 1999
* HP J5000 Visualize 1999
* Pentium III-based PC compatibles 1999
* Sun Microsystems Ultra 80 1999

2000's
------

* Apple PowerMac G4 Cube (450 & 500 MHz) 2000
* Apple PowerMac Server G4 with Mac OS X Server 2000
* HP Workstation B2000 2000
* HP Workstation B2600 2000
* HP Workstation C3600 2000
* HP Workstation J5600 2000
* HP Workstation J6000 2000
* IBM RS/6000 SP [ASCI White] 2000
* SGI Octane2 2000
* Apple Mac iMac (" ", up to 600 MHz) 2001
* HP Workstation J6700 2001
* NEC SX-6 2001
* Pentium 4-based PC compatibles 2001
* Sun Microsystems Sun Blade 100 2001
* Sun Microsystems Sun Blade 1000 2001
* SGI O2+ 2001
* Apple eMac 2002
* Cray Research X1 2002
* HP ASCI Q (AlphaServer SC ES45) 2002
* NEC Earth-Simulator 2002
* SGI Fuel 2002
* Sun Microsystems Sun Blade 2000 2002
* Apple PowerMac G5 (64-bit) 2003

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This list is based two articles by Dr. Kenneth E. Knight in DATAMATION:
"Changes in Computer Performance", Sept. 1966 and "Evolving Computer
Performance 1963-1967", Jan. 1968.

His study evaluated cost vs performace and is not necessarily meant
to be a history of the computer.

His criteria for inclusion to the list were:
1. General purpose USA digital computers;
2. One configuration chosen of memory size, IO, arithmetic and control;
3. Important modifications affecting performance added at a later
date considered a separate computer.

AFCno refers to a serial number which will be assigned when additions
to the list have ceased. For now an (*) will denote a machine not
on the Knight list.

KEKno refers to the serial number assigned to each computer type
by Dr. Knight.

The dates of introduction are defined as that when the completed
computer passed a minimal acceptance test.

The list was extended beyond 1967 to 1971 by tables in THE INTELLIGENT
MAN'S EASY GUIDE TO COMPUTERS by A. N. Feldzamen.

I have added some which may or may not fit Knight's criteria or were
unknown to him and have attempted to continue the list past 1971.

Thanks for additions and corrections: Tony Duell, Jan Matteson,
Niels Elgaard Larsen, Wayne Hathaway, Jim Frost, Wayne Jefferson Frost,
Bill Fisher, Matthias Neeracher, Matthew Jude Brown, John Hascall,
Peter L. Wargo, Dave Schaumann, Peter Sheriff, Marty Lyons, Steve
McKinty, Dave Matuszek, Charlie Gibbs, Rick Kelly, John Howard Osborn,
Zebigbos, Adraian LeHanne, Tim Buck, Billy D'Augustine, Rick Smith, 
John T. Jensen, Nelson Bishop, Arun Welch, Joel K. Gallun, Guy Harris,
Mike Matthews, Richard F. Druskel, Billy Jean Horne, Emilio Millan,
Michael Brouwn, David Brooks, Ric Werme, Roger Ivie, Carl Lowenstein,
Bill Higgins, Rupert G. Goldie, Koen Holtman, Dick Porter, Art Evans,
Kimmo Ketolainen, Laurence Press, Greg Lehey, Bill von Hagen, March
Eichin, Peter Card, Pierre Uszynski, Ian Phillips, John G. Dobnick,
martinha, Jim Ellingsen, Eric J. Werme, Laurence Coombes, Mike Tighe,
Charles Lasner, Ethan Dicks, Andreas Meyer, Tig Stone, Mike Whitaker,
Don Stokes, Greg Argendele, Peter da Silva, Derek Tearne, Scott Kennedy,
Pete Favelle, John F. Carr, ted@nmsu.edu, Dik T. Winter, Anders Andersen,
Anthony E. Siegman, William K. Glunt, James Birdsall, Vadim Antonov,
Tom Van Vleck, Tobias Koehler, Lupe Christoph, Bill Vermillion, Richard
Shetron, Damon W. Atkins, Chuck Collins, Jyrky Kuoppala, Erkki Ruohtula,
John Newman, Philip Arny, Gordon Buxton, William Joseph Sharp, Frank
McConnell, Christian Wiesgerber, Jonathan Hendry, John Whitmore, 
Vladislav Dembskiy, Mike Tiller, Frank Hecker, Nolan Hinshaw, Clive
D.W. Feather, Joe Glenski, John Nettleton, M. Frampton, and to everyone
I may have missed.

Additional edits and corrections made by Jared Trees, especially for models dated 1993-2003:

NOTES: (1) This list now contains (with edits) around 1,543 (somewhat) distinct 
models & types of computers from the late 1930's through 2003! Note that the original 
Bruce Watson list had 1,015 somewhat distinct computer models.

(2) This list (as of 1993 models) tends to exclude server-class computers as it is 
difficult to find complete historical information on such machines. This also includes
many modern supercomputers which are generally built around massively-parallel server clusters. 
Notable exceptions will be listed.

(3) This list only includes select Apple PowerPC-based Power Macintoshes that either 
have different versions of the PowerPC processor or are a significant change in 
processor speed (at that given point in time). Feel free to redistribute this list 
with *all* Power Mac models if you like, just give credit to all previous authors 
and sources!

Sources: 
Apple Spec Online- <http://www.info.apple.com/applespec/applespec.taf>
"Chronology of Workstation Computers" by Ken Polsson- <http://www.islandnet.com/~kpolsson/workstat/index.htm>
"The Sun Hardware Reference" (FAQ) by James W. Birdsall 
"SGI Advice & Info Centre" by Ian Mapleson- <http://sgi.cartsys.net/> 
"The BeOS Bible" by Scot Hacker, Bortman, Herborth, et al., 1999
"Computing Dictionary: The Illustrated Book of Terms and Technologies" by Ronald D. Kobler [publisher/ed.-in-chief], 1996
"The Iron Age 1945-today: The Entire History of Supercomputing" by Kip Crosby, Forbes Magazine ASAP, 1999
<http://www.forbes.com/asap/1999/0222/043.html>
"High Noon: The Inside Story of Scott McNealy and the Rise of Sun Microsystems" by Karen Southwick, 1999
"SGIstuff : Timeline" by Gerhard Lenerz, 2001 <http://sgistuff.g-lenerz.de/timeline.html>
"HP/Works - HP Technical Computing User Group (Dec. 1997 Newsletter)", 1997
<http://www.hpworks.org.uk/newsletter/20/visualize.html>

*J.F. Ptak Books, Maps & Prints -- Computer Chronology

*Computer-Archiv Index [German]
*Computer-Archiv Index [70's] [chronological order]

*Old-Computers.com

"A Brief History of Lisp Machines"

NASA - 
Computers in Spaceflight: The NASA Experience - Chapter Four - Computers in the Space Shuttle Avionics System - Evolution of the shuttle computer system
Computers in Spaceflight: The NASA Experience [4-3]
STS-49 PRESS KIT (May 1992)

Science Museum - Collections & Research - Treasures - Mathematics and Computing : Pilot ACE (1950)
Australian Computer Museum Society - Timeline - International and Australian computing history
klabs.org [PDF file]
Vinterskole 2002 notes (Norwegian) [PostScript file]
Multics glossary (L)
Bull Computer History : Datanet-355
Brian's Collection of Vintage and Old Computers (Grundy Newbrain Models)
Altair 680b & 8800 Microcomputers
Computer Closet Collection - Osborne Executive
A Revolution in Business Computing : hp NonStop technology (Tandem info)
Fault Tolerance In Tandem Systems [PowerPoint presentation file]
Compaq NonStop Products 25 Years of NonStop Computing: How to Succeed in Enterprise Computing [PDF file]
25 years of GEC 4000 series, 50 years of british real-time computing by Andrew Gabriel (1997)
The As-Yet Unnamed Computer Museum - NEC PC-8201A

Larry's Commodore Pages - The Commodore 8-bit Family
Pelikonepeijoonit.net - The Arctic Computer and Console Museum (Telmac TMC-600)
Steve Cooper's Home Page ; (Click "magazines" tab)
The Obsolete Computer Museum (AT&T 3B2/300)
Interdependence and Adaptability in the Evolution of Workstation Manufacturers, 1980-1996 [PDF file]
Martijn Kruger's Computer Collection (COMX 35)
BeeJay's Compukit UK101 home page, 1998
"BESM-6 Nostalgia Page" by Leonid A. Broukhis, 1997
"MINSK-2 (-22, -22?, 23) "
"Aceadvanced.org : Acorn Communicator" by 'Matto and Buggy', 2001
"Aceadvanced.org : Dick Smith VZ-200" by 'Matto and Buggy', 2001
"ANTIC Magazine", VOL. 2, NO. 4, July 1983, p.109
The Atari Mega ST Personal Computer System (Technical Specs, 1989)
ClassicCmp - Classic Computers Mailing List (Mail Archive- "The list", July 1997)
"The Education of a Hacker" by Erik E. Fair, 1998
Amiga Auckland, Inc. - The Amiga A2500
"Great Microprocessors of the Past and Present (V 12.3.0)" - Appendix B: Virtual Machine Architectures - UCSD p-System: Portable Pascal . . . .
Rhode Island Computer Museum
Modcomp Corporate History
An Invitation to Computational Group Theory by J. Neu [PostScript file]
"Minicomputer Operating Systems" by Jim Mooney
susA's - Computergeschichte - COMPUTER VOR 1960 [German]

Unisys History Newsletter -- Vol. 4, No. 2, Aug.2000, "The UNIVAC 418 Computer" by George Gray
"The State of Computing in 1962" by Yu Liang [Cached by Google]
"Hughes GAR-9/AIM-47 Falcon" -- by Andreas Parsch, 2001; Directory of U.S. Military Rockets and Missiles -- AIM-47
"Convair F-106 Delta Dart" , Aviation-Central.com
"Remembering The Significant Contributions Of Dr. Glen J. Culler" by Roland F. Bryan (1995)
"PDP-11 Simulator Configuration"
"Burroughs Corporation Records" , Paoli Area Divisions Records, 1949-1977
"Ferrite Core Memory Block" Computer Museum of America
"Florida St. Univ. - Academic Computing and Network Services - ACNS Supercomputing Gallery"
"alt.sys.perq newsgroup"
"Big Iron" - 100 Giant Computers Before 1956

* -- Highly recommended site

See also: 

The Antique Computer [On-Line Documents] page 
by Ed Thelen; it has some great historical information on many old computers, much of it based 
on early surveys by the U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratories.

The one and only Top500 Supercomputer Sites web page, which contains current and
historical lists of the Top 500 fastest (in terms of floating-point operations) computers 
in the world.
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