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An ICL 1904 computer. International Computers Ltd. (ICL) was formed in 1968 from an amalgamation of ICT and several other British computer manufacturers. The ICT/ICL 1900 range first went on sale in 1964. The model numbers extended in theory from 1901 (smallest) to 1908 (largest), though the 1906A was in practice the most powerful model





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