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Where a computer like the ENIAC is equipped with 18,000 vacuum tubes and weighs 30 tons, computers in the future may have only 1,000 vacuum tubes and weigh only 1 1/2 tons. -- Popular Mechanics, March 1949


I custom build computers for some of my customers. For others I purchase standard name brand computers.

I only use commercial quality components and systems. Everything I sell has at least a one year warranty. My primary business is service - whatever you buy I will maintain for you.

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I was working with hardware before there was software. Yes, that was a long time ago. What I'm getting at is that I not only know how to plug those boxes together, but I know what's inside them that makes them work.

When you want something special that can only be done by connecting these boxes in an unusual way, call me. When you want a box that's just a little different from any you can buy, call me. When you want one totally different, call me.

Here are some examples. One of my customers needed his computer to make phone calls to selected people so others could talk to them without knowing their phone numbers. Another wanted his computers to exchange information and back up files after everybody went home for the day and then shut themselves off when they were done. Another needed to start his computer by making a phone call to it, get information from it and then shut it off when he was done. One customer wanted his computer, in response to touch tone commands during a phone call, to unlatch a door of a building. It might seem ordinary now, but 30 years ago it was the leading edge.

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