Rare Vintage Intel Microcomputer Systems 9x7 Data Book 1976/1977 Excellent Cond

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Rare Vintage Intel Microcomputer Systems 9x7 Data Book 1976/1977 Excellent  Condition

Embark on a nostalgic journey through the pioneering era of microcomputing with this exceptional Intel Microcomputer Systems Data Book from 1976/1977. This comprehensive reference guide offers a wealth of technical insights and practical applications for Intel's groundbreaking microcomputer systems and components.

Delve into the intricacies of:

  • Intel Single board computers
  • Microcomputer memory systems
  • Input/output (I/O) devices and interfacing techniques
  • Prototyping packages
  • Development systems 
  • Design Aids

Whether you're a seasoned computer enthusiast, a vintage electronics collector, or simply fascinated by the dawn of the microcomputer revolution, this Intel Microcomputer Systems Data Book is a treasure trove of knowledge and a must-have addition to your collection.

Approx. Dimensions: 9" T x 7" W x 3/8" Thick

Approx. 150 pages

Sold as is. No warranty from seller. No Returns.

CONDITION NOTE: Used, and in excellent condition given its age. This manual does not have any visible wear (except for some slight edge wear), bent pages (except in the upper right corner of the book), markings, or tears (except bottom of the spline) that I could see (see pictures). There is some slight discoloration from age in the white portions of the covers (see pictures). See full description and all detailed pictures (zoom-able) to know what you are purchasing. 

Short Biography of the Publisher:

Intel Corporation, founded in 1968, is a global technology giant and a pioneer in the semiconductor industry. The Intel Microcomputer Systems Data Book reflects the company's early commitment to advancing microprocessor technology. As a leader in innovation, Intel has played a crucial role in shaping the digital landscape, and this publication provides a glimpse into the roots of their groundbreaking work in microcomputing.