1976 Intel Microcomputer News Newsletters Volume 3, #1 SDK-80 Announced - 8 PagesDF527
1976 Intel Microcomputer News Newsletters Volume 3, #1 SDK-80 Announced - 8 Pages
This newsletter is a valuable piece of computing history. It documents the launch of the Intel SDK-80, a pioneering single-board microcomputer that played a crucial role in the development of personal computing. The eight pages contain insightful articles, technical details, and advertisements from the era, offering a glimpse into the early days of microcomputing.
Approx. Dimensions: 11" T x 8-1/2" W
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CONDITION NOTE: Used, and in excellent condition given its age. This newsletter does not have any visible wear, bent pages, markings (except for round stain on page two from Hamilton/Avnet label on front cover), or tears that I could see (see pictures). See full description and all detailed pictures (zoom-able) to know what you are purchasing.
Short Background on the Company:
Intel Corporation, founded in 1968 by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, is a renowned American multinational semiconductor company. It is one of the pioneers in the microprocessor industry, known for creating the first microprocessor, the Intel 4004, which revolutionized computing. Intel's innovative contributions have shaped the modern computing landscape, and this catalog captures a pivotal moment in their history when they were at the forefront of microcomputing advancements. Collectors and tech enthusiasts alike will appreciate the historical significance of this catalog as it provides a window into Intel's early days and the foundation of the microcomputer revolution. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own this piece of computing history!