Kennett Classic Computer Museum Audio Tour
Kennett Classic Computer Museum Audio Tour
Kennett Classic 126 S. Union St.

Kennett Classic Audio Tour

Attach your headphones to your smart phone and locate your room by name.

Although not new in the mainframe or minicomputer world, 16-bit computing entered the small business market along with the advent of microprocesors such as Intel's 8086 and Motorola's 68000 CPU. During the period 1981 through 1986, the 16-bit computer came to dominate the home and small business computer market, displacing 8-bit CPU computers. Click on the audio links below to learn more.

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36-Intro.mp3

37-IBMPC.mp3

38-SAGE-II.mp3

39-Apple-Lisa.mp3

40-Amiga-1000.mp3

41-Televideo286-Novell.mp3

50_5-ATT-UNIX-PC.mp3

52-Macintosh.mp3

53-16-bit-portables.mp3

53-Toshiba.mp3

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