When I was a child in the 1980s, I had a computer—a very 1980s
It had a hefty, rectangular, grey case made of some sort of industrial sheet
metal. Two plain (but rather large), square buttons adorned the front,
begging to be pressed: "Reset" and "Turbo". On the right side of the
case, far in the back (nearly out of reach), sat an almost comically large,
red power switch. It was the kind of lever that would look right at home in an
action movie—used to cut the electricity to all of New York City.