Who developed the altair computer?

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MITS or Micro Instrumentation and Telementry Systems developed the Altair. The company expected very modest sales. They sold more than a thousand on the first month of sales.
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The Atari computer was developed by the Sony Corporation. In the early 1980s Atari computers were quite common. By the late 1980s they were not manufactured any longer
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Ed Roberts and Forrest M. Mims III were the primary developers but you should WIKI this to learn more.
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The Altair 8800 was developed by Ed Roberts and his company, MITS, in 1975. It was an overwhelming hit with computer and hobby enthusiasts. For more information, look here: http:/
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Collaborative effort from the MITS corporation, with Microsoft providing the software. Ed Roberts and Bill Yates designed the prototype machine.
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