I had a wonderful Commodore PET (Personal Electronic Transactor) with a whopping 8K of memory, that I purchased in the Fall of 1977. It had the "Basic" language built in. Within about 18 months, I traded it in for a "top-of-the-line" Commodore PET with 25K of memory.
Ah, the good old days! ... (and yes, I had a Slide-rule in college, but I don't think that counts, 'cause it wasn't electronic, at all ... ).
(The first computer I ever "programmed" was an old IBM Model 1620, which used Punch Cards, and a primitive computer language called "autocoder". It was in my high-school, during my senior year (1966). YES, I am old ... )