Programma 101
The Programma 101, also known as Perottina, is the first commercial "desktop computer". Produced by Italian manufacturer Olivetti, based in Piedmont, and invented by the Italian engineer Pier Giorgio ...
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Olivetti Elea
The Elea 9003 is one of a series of mainframe computers Olivetti developed starting in the late 1950s. The system, made entirely with transistors for high performance, was conceived, designed and dev...
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Olivetti M24
The Olivetti M24 was a computer sold by Olivetti in 1983 using the Intel 8086 CPU.The system was sold in the United States under its original name by Docutel/Olivetti of Dallas. AT&T and Xerox bou...
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Olivetti M19
The Olivetti M19 is a personal computer made in 1986 by the Italian company Olivetti. It had an 8088 at 4.77 or 8 MHz and 256–640KB of RAM. The BIOS was Revision Diagnostics 3.71.The M19 wa...
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Olivetti Envision
The Olivetti Envision (400/P75) was an Italian multimedia personal computer produced in 1995. It came with a choice of 2 processors: one based on the Intel 486 DX4 100mhz processor and one based on th...
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Olivetti Lettera 32
The Olivetti Lettera 32 is a portable mechanical typewriter designed by Marcello Nizzoli for Olivetti in 1963 as the successor of the popular Olivetti Lettera 22. This typewriter was popular amongst j...
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Olivetti P6060
The Olivetti P6060 was the first personal computer with a built-in floppy disk. It was pressented in April 1975 by the Italian manufacturer Olivetti at the Hannover fair besides to the smaller P6040...
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Olivetti Lettera 22
The Olivetti Lettera 22 [oliˈvetti ˈlɛttera ventiˈdue] is a portable mechanical typewriter designed by Marcello Nizzoli in 1949 or, according to the company's current owner Telecom Italia, 1950. This...
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