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Elminie 2 year s ago
That kind of a mouse wasn’t used by anyone except for the people that conceptualized the mouse. When the GUI matured a mouse became necessary but the first mass produced one looked a lot like what we have today except it had a ball on the bottom side and it was wired. In before “thanks boomer.”
       
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Margarita 2 year s ago
"In the 60's of the 19th century" made me laugh on the vacuum one. Really that hard just to say 1860's?
       
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Oswald 2 year s ago
The ones on the top/left still work while the ones on the bottom/right are mostly broken.
       
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Vending machine

The earliest known reference to a vending machine is in the work of Hero of Alexandria, an engineer and mathematician in first-century Roman Egypt. This machine took coins and sold water. The modern models appeared at the beginning of the 1880s. They sold postcards, envelopes, and post stamps. The left photo shows the 1904 model.

 

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