Kids today or from not too long might not remember specific hardware, but will remember software that they first learned on. A lot of people remember specific hardware because at the time there was either a lot of difference between features they cared about, or more likely because the software they used was tied to it. So now there won't be so much as remembering a specific piece of hardware (unless someone is learning on something like the Pi, or some other system on a chip or embedded system), but will still have nostalgia for the language of platform they learn on.
But keep in mind the ubiquity of said hardware in software in today's world. I cut my teeth on the Vic-20 and later the C64, but back then I was one of the only kids in school who had a computer. That is what makes this type of nostalgia so, er, nostalgic. 30 years from now a kid who is ten today will not have been the only kid on the block with a computer. Shit, they got toddler laptops these days.