We’ve recently seen stories about old computers and sys-ops resurrecting 1980s BBS’s, but now an anonymous reader has a question for all Slashdot readers:
Whenever I meet geeks, there’s one question that always gets a reaction: Do you remember your first home computer? This usually provokes a flood of fond memories about primitive specs — limited RAM, bad graphics, and early versions of long-since-abandoned operating systems. Now I’d like to pose the same question to Slashdot’s readers. Use the comments to share details about your own first home computer. Was it a back-to-school present from your parents? Did it come with a modem? Did you lovingly upgrade its hardware for years to come? Was it a Commodore 64 or a BeBox? It seems like there should be some good stories, so leave your best answers in the comments. What was your first home computer?
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