A brief summary of the history of the chipboard and fiberboard.
The earliest versions of the modern computer came out of Europe in the mid-1800s.
This is the era of the IBM PC, where the first computers were designed by a team of engineers from Germany and the United States.
In those days, the computers were often made of wood or paper, rather than metal.
After the first IBM computer, the world changed, with a whole new crop of computers, which were built on the principle of the “computer as a microprocessor”.
In the early 1970s, the idea of a single, single chip that could communicate with a large number of computers spread rapidly.
By the early 1980s, however, the concept had become much more feasible.
And, of course, the technology of the transistor, or the basic technology of computers and telecommunications.
These were the things that allowed for the “big bang” that led to the development of computers.