Well, i'm very modern compared to you. The first computer like thingy i
had was an Eureka A4. Dunno how much internal memory it had, but you
could log on to bbs-es with the wapping speed of 300 bps. Downloading
120 K with X-modem took an hour and the phone company charged you by the
minute... well, those were the days. <sigh>
As long as we are talking about the good old days, my first computer, not mine personally but the first one I programmed and worked on, was a Bendix G-15. It was a four by four by six foot cubeic like structure full of, yes, vacuum tubes. It had a spinning drum with a whopping 2k of memory, nothing like RAM at all. It spoke only binary and used punch tape. Sometimes, I thought my slide rule was faster.