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madlep Envato team says

Something similar to this:

IBM PC clone. 4.77mhz, 10mb HDD, 640kb RAM.

Taught myself programming from reading the source code to the GW BASIC games that came installed on it, and the 2 programming books in the school library.

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websupporter says

There is no game today to come even close to the excitement of playing those old ones.
I totally agree. These 80s/early 90s humor is somehow gone.

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Where is the keyboard?? Does ist come with USB? MemSize?

The computer I learned to program on: A System 80, which was a TRS-80 clone.
Thats maybe the difference between Envato Staff and Envato Author. TRS-80 and C64 ;)
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amzee says

286 :)

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ckotty says

Amiga 600 with a 20mb HDD and OctaMED music software (8 channels of digital sound !!! )

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johnsyweb Envato team says

The first computer I owned (and programmed) was a Commodore 16:

As I recall, it came out a couple of years after the C=64, since 64 kB RAM was deemed far too much for the home user!

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Bedros says

The first computer I owned (and programmed) was a Commodore 16:

As I recall, it came out a couple of years after the C=64, since 64 kB RAM was deemed far too much for the home user!

+1 , good old memories.
I was using a commodore 64 and this is the first time I have heard about C16.
Shame on me, thanks for sharing. :)

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mlamanna says

The Vic-20, then c64

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madlep Envato team says

The first computer I owned (and programmed) was a Commodore 16:

As I recall, it came out a couple of years after the C=64, since 64 kB RAM was deemed far too much for the home user!

640kb would just be SCANDALOUS then

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VF says

Not sure if this is considered as a computer but this is what my first interaction with that: :D

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RobertBlueMusic says

- Sinclair zx spectrum – I used it only for games. load”“enter…....................

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