Moore Computer (1968) in fairly early use in an ad for the Honeywell Kitchen Computer H316 from 1969. From Wikipedia:
The Honeywell Kitchen Computer, or H316 pedestal model, of 1969 was a short-lived product offered by Neiman Marcus as one of a continuing series of extravagant gift ideas. It was offered for US$10,000 (equivalent to US$71,000 in 2020), weighed over 100 pounds (over 45 kg) and was advertised as useful for storing recipes. […] Although a fantasy gift, the Kitchen Computer represented the first time a computer was offered as a consumer product.