Here’s a look back to a time when 32K of memory cost you a hefty $649, which rounds out to approximately 2-cents a byte. But, if you want the kits assembled and tested, you’ll have to shell out an additional $50.

[via Flickr]

Here’s a look back to a time when 32K of memory cost you a hefty $649, which rounds out to approximately 2-cents a byte. But, if you want the kits assembled and tested, you’ll have to shell out an additional $50.

[via Flickr]