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The NCR 304, announced in 1957, first delivered in 1959, was National Cash Register (NCR)'s first transistor-based computer. The 304 was developed and manufactured in cooperation with General Electric, where it was also used internally.
Its follow-on was the NCR 315.
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NCR 304 1957.
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