Early 80's I got an Intellivision game console, I was 10 or 11 years old. Mine had a keyboard and you could write basic code. It was the first experience I had with programming and had only 2k ram (learned the hard way.) I'm honestly not sure it mine is still around - could be in a box stored at my fathers house, but here's a picture of one. After the Intellivision I had a Commodor 64, then an Apple 2 of some sort, then a Radio Shack Tandy 4000 386 which was my first IBM PC compatable computer. The Tandy is also the first computer I started overclocking with, it came with a 25mhz 368, which I upgrade to a 33mhz cpu and overclocked it to 66mhz lol. Actually the Tandy was the first for so many things for me, upgrading, overclocking, installing/upgrading operating systems, connecting to the Internet (AOL LMAO), hard core-gaming (if you want to call it that back then), the list goes on - in fact because of the stuff I learned just messing around with the Tandy was what helped me land my first IT related job 25 years ago as a help desk specialist for a local ISP. Thinking back through all that brought back great memories.