40 years of computer history

News Mar 10, 2013 by Lauren Baron Brant News

Eleven-year-old Eden Wassermann of Guelph plays Pac-Man on a Commodore VIC-20 computer from the early 1980s during an open house event at Brantford's Personal Computer Museum on Saturday. About 40 people attended the museum to browse and try out more than 1,000 personal computers dating back to the mid-1970s.

40 years of computer history

News Mar 10, 2013 by Lauren Baron Brant News

Eleven-year-old Eden Wassermann of Guelph plays Pac-Man on a Commodore VIC-20 computer from the early 1980s during an open house event at Brantford's Personal Computer Museum on Saturday. About 40 people attended the museum to browse and try out more than 1,000 personal computers dating back to the mid-1970s.

40 years of computer history

News Mar 10, 2013 by Lauren Baron Brant News

Eleven-year-old Eden Wassermann of Guelph plays Pac-Man on a Commodore VIC-20 computer from the early 1980s during an open house event at Brantford's Personal Computer Museum on Saturday. About 40 people attended the museum to browse and try out more than 1,000 personal computers dating back to the mid-1970s.