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1976: Cray-1 is released. At that time, Cray-1 was the fastest computer in the world. Although the price is about 5-10 million USD, but still selling well. They are one of the products designed by computer architect Seymour Cray. He devoted his life to building so-called supercomputers. 1977: First production of Radio Shack TRS-80 was only 3,000 and selling very well. For the first time, non-geeks can write programs and control the computer to do what they want. Cat coffee because murder is wrong poster. 1977: Jobs and Wozniak merge Apple and launch the Apple II at the first West Coast Computer Faire tech fair. Apple II offers color graphics and incorporates an audio cassette drive for storage. 1978: Accountants rejoice with the introduction of VisiCalc, the first computer-based spreadsheet program.