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Unassembled New Sinclair ZX81 Micro Computer Kit from 1981

Unassembled New Sinclair Micro Computer Kit from 1981

Radio Shack TRS-80 Micro Color Computer Model MC-10 with 16k Ram Expansion Module.

Radio Shack Micro Color Computer Model W Ram Expansion Module

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This was the basis for many early microcomputers.

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ZILOG Z80 - Large Touch Screen Computer - Single Board Computer Arduino - PIC.

Zilog z80 - large touch screen computer - single board computer - arduino - pic

The and its derivatives and clones made up one of the most commonly used CPU families of all time.

Intel SDK-85. Each time Intel launched a new microprocessor, they provided simultaneously a System Development Kit (SDK) allowing computer company ingineers as well as university students to introduce them to the new processor concepts and features.     The SDK-85 was a complete 8085A (5 for 'first 5 Volt microprocessor') microcomputer system on a single board including ROM and RAM memory, a 24 key hexadecimal keyboard, a 6 digit LED display.

Intel Each time Intel launched a new microprocessor, they provided simultaneously a System Development Kit (SDK) allowing computer company ingineers as well as university students to introduce them to the new processor concepts and features.

Motorola 6802 kit. My dad bought this kit for himself, but I found it in 9th grade and had my first exposure to assembler and the concept--albeit very basic--of a personal computer.

My dad bought this kit for himself, but I found it in grade and had my first exposure to assembler and the concept--albeit very basic--of a personal computer.

Console of an IBM 360/195 computer from 1971 - not really for music studio, but cool history vintage photograph of an early mainframe huge computer.

Console of an IBM computer from 1971 - not really for music studio, but cool history vintage photograph of an early mainframe huge computer.

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