Browse products from year '1987' (8 found)

Apple Macintosh SE

Where the Apple II was inextricably linked to Steve Wozniak, the driving force behind the Macintosh was Apple's other co-founder, Steve Jobs. Launched as 'the computer for the rest of us', the GUI-based Mac was a marked contrast to the already dominant IBM PC standard. The SE model shown here r... (read more)
Apple, 1987

Amstrad PC1640

An example of one of the many compatible clones that soon followed in the wake of the IBM PC. Amstrad was one of the pioneers of truly budget clone systems, having shipped their 512K, 8086-based PC1512 in 1986. The model shown here was their next version; a 640K PC, which also includes a 30MB ha... (read more)
Amstrad, 1987

Pagemaker v1.0a

Pagemaker v1.0a

TBC (read more)
Aldus, 1987

Valiant Turtle

Valiant Turtle

Valiant Turtle (as used in schools to teach the LOGO programming language) (read more)
Valiant Technology Ltd, 1987

Concurrent DOS XM

Concurrent DOS XM

TBC (read more)
Digital Research, 1987

WordPerfect Executive

WordPerfect Executive

TBC (read more)
WordPerfect Corporation, 1987

Concurrent DOS 386 v2.01

Concurrent DOS 386 v2.01

TBC (read more)
Digital Research, 1987

Amstrad PCW9512

Building upon the massive success of the PCW8256 ad 8512, the 9512 was Amstrad's attempt to update and enhance the range. In addition to the appearance being more akin to the traditional desktop machines of the era, the most notable changes were the inclusion of a daisywheel printer (as opposed ... (read more)
Amstrad, 1987