Historic PCs@ 2005/11/11
At the Vintage Computer Festival, which played host to the Homebrew Computer Club's 30th anniversary, Chuck Colby shows a display of what he describes as the first IBM clone motherboard, which he introduced to Homebrew in 1982.
The IMSAI 8080, popular with computer hobbyists in the late 1970s, played a central role in the 1983 movie "WarGames."
The Compucolor II, introduced in 1977, featured a computer built into the chassis of a 13-inch television and is considered the first color personal computer. It used an Intel 8080A processor and accepted floppy disks through the door to the right of the screen.