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    • Computers Now and Then Luis Martinez
    • Abacus
      • If you ask a historian when the first computer was invented, they might say it was the abacus, invented by the Babylonians.
      • And later in the years, more people came up with ideas and tried to invent computers.
    • First Modern Computer
      • The first modern computer was invented during World War II by a team of scientists at the University of Pennsylvania.
      This is how the first computer looked like.
    • Computers Now
      • Today, we have many kinds of computers that have improved and been built to do many different things. They have created portable computers, and they look way better than the first computer.
    • Computers in the Future
      • Computers are expected to improve even more. Soon we will have computers that we can take around as easy as a mobile device.
      • Some computers won’t even need screens or keyboards.
    • P-ISM
      • Is also called “Pen-style Personal Networking Gadget Package”
      • a pen-style cellular phone with a handwriting data input function
      • virtual keyboard
      • a very small projector
      • camera scanner
      • personal ID key with cashless pass function.
      • Easy to take anywhere
      • Laser-operated
    • More Pics of P-ISM Prototype said to come out later in the future with a cost of about $5000. But it would be totally worth it
    • Work Cited
      • &quot;first computer.&quot; google . Web. 28 Oct 2009. <http://www.unplggd.com/ol-images/hometech/uploads/2007-11-03-radioshackc.jpg>.
      • Berger, Adam. &quot;What the Future Holds: Pen Computers.&quot; Gadgetell (2006): 1. Web. 28 Oct 2009. <URL: http://www.gadgetell.com/tech/comment/what-the-future-holds-pen-computers/ >.
      • &quot;computer.jpg&quot; google . Web. 28 Oct 2009. <http://www.slopcshop.com/images/computer.jpg>.
      • &quot;unforgettable-tips-to-buy-a-computer-51.jpg.&quot; google . Web. 28 Oct 2009. <http://www.couponsaver.org/blog_images/>.