Update on finds

From: John R. Keys Jr. <jrkeys_at_concentric.net>
Date: Sun Nov 23 17:38:25 1997

They have 8085A chips with '76 dates on them. Thanks for the info and now to
try and test them.
At 09:21 AM 11/23/97 -0800, you wrote:
>> I also found in the
>> same box 12 Intel boards dated copyright 1976 with white keys, a red lED
>> readout, a boxed area marked Bus Expansion Drivers filled with various
>> chips, TTY interface boxed area, PROM area, Address Decoder area, and all
>> kinds of things on these boards. Does anyone know what thses units are ?
>These sound like Intel SDK-85 evaluation kits. Do they, indeed, have
>8085's on them? There was also an earlier 8080A version. Both were
>bought by the truckloads by tech schools, universities, and colleges
>for computer courses and data acquisition work. What are the date
>codes on the chips?
>Tim. (shoppa_at_triumf.ca)
Received on Sun Nov 23 1997 - 17:38:25 GMT

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