The true story of the Pentagon-sponsored lab in California that invented the personal computer, the laser printer, Ethernet, and the tablet… and created trillions of dollars in corporate wealth. Now they have a brand-new invention…

Dear Reader,

Down in the Matadero Valley, nestled amongst the hills outside San Francisco, sits a critically important research lab.

Partially funded by the Pentagon, the computer scientists here built some of the most important inventions of our time… long before they were made available to the public.

You’re probably using any number of them to read this letter.

And according to MIT tech expert Chunka Mui at Forbes:

“Technology companies… have collectively realized trillions of dollars in revenues and tens of trillions in market value because of [this lab].”

Yet, most Americans have never heard of this lab…

This secret “workshop” made the world’s first PC—way back in 1973. They also invented Ethernet, graphical user interfaces, the laser printer, and modern word processing programs…

This lab had tablet computers similar to an Ipad, 20 years before anyone else.

Imagine… In the 1970s there was a place where workers used personal computers with a mouse, clickable icons on the screen, email, and the Internet.

Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, got a sneak peek at this world—and it changed his life…

To find out how this lab helped Apple make 4,364%, click here…