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The First Commercially Available General Purpose Computer with Transistor Logic (1960)

In 1960 IBM introduced a transistorized version of its vacuum-tube-logic 709 computer, the 7090. The 7090 was the first commercially available general purpose computer with transistor logic. It became the most popular large computer of the early 1960s.