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Inside the Personal Computer - An Illustrated Introduction in 3 Dimensions

This pop-up book explores various aspects of the personal computer as it was in 1984.

From the blurb:

'This sensational new book teaches you everything you need to know in a fun-filled three dimensional tour through the personal computer.  Open the book and a computer pops out of the page to guide you through the inner workings, from input to output...By the end of your guided tour, you'll literally know the computer inside out.'

ISBN : 0-670-80114-3

Publisher : Penguin Books

Author : Sharon Gallagher

Format : Book

-Sharon Gallagher-

 

 

 

This book may be available to buy :
Inside the Personal Computer - An Illustrated Introduction in 3 Dimensions

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH42165. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
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