LENOVO IDEAPAD 500-15ACZ COMPAL AAWZA AAWZB LA-C285P REV 1.0 Schematic Circuit Diagram - Motherboard Schematic Circuit Diagram and Bios

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LENOVO IDEAPAD 500-15ACZ COMPAL AAWZA AAWZB LA-C285P REV 1.0 Schematic Circuit Diagram

 LENOVO IDEAPAD 500-15ACZ COMPAL AAWZA AAWZB LA-C285P REV 1.0 Schematic Circuit Diagram

LENOVO IDEAPAD 500-15ACZ COMPAL AAWZA AAWZB LA-C285P REV 1.0 Schematic Circuit Diagram

Some Personal Computer Trivia

In 1975 MITS Altair is invented as the 1st personal computer, according to the Blinkenlights Archaeological Institute, the first personal computer (PC) was the Simon, invented by Edmund C. Berkeley and described in his book Giant Brains in 1949, or Machines That Think. The plans for Simon were available for purchase by Berkeley Enterprises as well as invented in a series of 13 articles in Radio-Electronics magazine from 1950 to 1951.

The term personal computer may have first appeared on November 3, 1962, New York Times article quoted by John W. Mauchly (co-creator of ENIAC). The article was reporting on Mauchly’s glance of future computing, and he was quoted as saying, “There is no reason to think the average boy or girl cannot be skillful of a personal computer.”

The first computer machine promoted as a “personal computer” was the Hewlett-Packard 9100A and a 40-pound programmable desktop electronic calculator released in 1968. Advertisements for the $4,900 system called it “the new Hewlett-Packard 9100A personal computer.” The end of the ad stated, “If you are still suspicious, or of faint heart, ask for a demonstration. It will to confirm, assure your entry into the solid-state of personal computing power.”

LENOVO IDEAPAD 500-15ACZ COMPAL AAWZA AAWZB LA-C285P REV 1.0 Schematic Circuit Diagram

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