It's rather dusty and looks old-fashioned and clunky, but this particularcomputer that on Wednesday (March 12) will go on display at London's Science Museum, is very special and 25 years ago changed the way we live.
It is the computer used by Tim Berners-Lee to invent the World Wide Web.
On March 12, 1989 the British scientist submitted his first proposal forthe web at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research.
The NeXT computer has a handwritten sticker on the side of the box reading "This machine is a server - do not power down".
To see the computer and read more click here: http://www.wtvy.com/news/headlines/Computer-Used-to-Create-Internet-on-Display-for-Internets-25th-Anniversary-250050421.html