While the Batcomputer exists in both the Batman comics and movies, it really took center stage in the campy 1960s TV series. Honestly, Batman could have saved himself a lot of trouble by consulting the mammoth supercomputer at the beginning of every episode instead spending 20 minutes agonizing over clues left by the Riddler. Powered by something called a Bat-Diamond, it featured a handy physical input that let Batman jam a phonebook, loose pieces of paper or just about any old thing into it and get a prompt analysis. Try doing that with an Ultrabook.
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