October 26th, 2012 ~ by admin

Paul Allen’s Living Computer Museum Opens To Public In Seattle

Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, has just opened the Living Computer Museum in Seattle.  Living, of course, due to the fact that many of the vintage computers on display are working units.  Some very rare systems including the only working PDP-7 in the entire world (UNIX was created to run on the PDP-7, so its a rather famous machine) and other DEC’s are on display.  There are original IBMs, TRS-80s, Novas, and yes even some Apples.  No Apple 1 as of yet.  Perhaps Paul could pick up this latest one on auction? Should go cheap as it seems to be lacking an original MOS 6502 CPU.

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