The First Computer Of The National Association Of Investigative Specialists, 1970's
The Kaypro Computer above had no hard drive and two flopper disk drives. You would put the program you wanted to use in one drive and then use the other drive to save data to. It ran a word processing program called Word Star and had a little database program to do mailing labels. This was the first computer on NAIS with a eight inch black and white screen. With printer and al the goodies it ran about $6,995.00.
Ralph D. Thomas PI Vintage Collection
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