VIDEO: HONEYWELL’S KITCHEN COMPUTER

A kitchen computer, that too a binary one? Yes, way back in the 1960’s Honeywell Corp. made a kitchen computer for home makers. And, the home computer was featured in a Neiman Marcus catalog from 1969.

We turned to Chris Garcia, curator at the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley to find out about this fascinating computer. How did this binary computer work? How did you input recipes? Did they sell any of these computers? Tune in to find out.

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