Video: The first UK business computer

And its whopping 4KB of core memory...

And its whopping 4KB of core memory...

One of the exhibits on dispay at Bletchley Park's National Museum of Computing is the Elliott 803, one of the first British business computers used in the early 1960s.

In this exclusive silicon.com video, museum trustee Kevin Murrell demonstrates how the Elliott 803 worked, manually programming instructions to memory and its massive 4KB memory modules.

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