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Microcomputer revolution starter – Altair 8800

Altair 8800, sold as a build-it-yourself kit, is generally regarded as the device that sparked the microcomputer revolution. Microsoft's Altair BASIC was the first programming language for the machine.

Altair 8800, sold as a build-it-yourself kit, is generally regarded as the device that sparked the microcomputer revolution. Microsoft’s Altair BASIC was the first programming language for the machine.

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