The Kitchen Computer

In circa 1965, the H316 was billed as the first under-$10,00016-bit machine from a major computer manufacturer.


The H316 was available in three versions: table-top, rack-mountable, and self-standing pedestal. This unit is the pedestal version and was also marketed by Neimann Marcus as “The Kitchen Computer.”

According to Old computer museum, the price tag included built-in recipes, a cookbook and an apron.

From Old computer museum, via Newstoday.
See also: Vintage computer collection.