Computer technology, users have changed a lot over years
I distinctly remember our family’s first home computer. It was an Apple III that my dad used for computer-aided drafting and for engineering and land surveying calculations.
Even by today’s standards, it came at an obscene price (more than $10,000 in 1981), but it really wasn’t meant for home computing and/or entertainment purposes, like the popular TRS-80 (Tandy/Radio Shack) or VIC-20 (Commodore). But we did splurge a little on one recreational program, an adventure game that had a visual component to it.
Our Apple III didn’t last very long; a couple years later, IBM came out with the PC, which was arguably cheaper and better. But I kept the game to use during study halls and open periods in my schedule at school.
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