INTEL INTELLEC-8 8-Bit Microcomputer, 1973, aluminum case with hinged top and magnetic closures, face plate with 48 LEDs, 31 switches, ZIF socket and key switch; containing 10 modules, cooling fan, 5 serial ports at back,

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INTEL INTELLEC-8
8-Bit Microcomputer, 1973, aluminum case with hinged top and magnetic closures, face plate with 48 LEDs, 31 switches, ZIF socket and key switch; containing 10 modules, cooling fan, 5 serial ports at back,

Sold for US$ 2,040 inc. premium
INTEL INTELLEC-8
8-Bit Microcomputer, 1973, aluminum case with hinged top and magnetic closures, face plate with 48 LEDs, 31 switches, ZIF socket and key switch; containing 10 modules, cooling fan, 5 serial ports at back, Modules include:
1. F/P Controller, PWA 0000161, Intel 1973.
2. Intel 8080 I CPU, PWA 1000244, 1974.
3-5. [RAM card] 05-0042, Intel 1972.
6. Intel PROM Memory Module, imm 6-26, 1973.
7. Intel I/O Module, PWA 1000263, imm8-61, 1974.
8. I/O module, imm8-80, PWA 0000138, Intel, 1973.
9. I/O module, imm8-60, PWA 0000136, Intel, 1973.
10. PROM Programmer Module, Intel 1973.
WITH: Intellec 8 Reference Schematic Drawing. Santa Clara: 1973; 8/Mod 80 Monitor V3.0; Intellec 8/Mod 8 Operator's Manual Version II; Reference Manual.
Provenance: Computer History Collection of Serge Roubé.

One of America's first microcomputers, the Intel Intellec-8 was produced in relatively limited numbers and was extremely expensive. Intel led the way, demonstrating what the 8080 microprocessor could do while others, such as MITS and its Altair 8800, took the 8080 to the masses. It's generally considered the first widespread microprocessor. Intel eventually left the computer business to others while they went on to become the dominant supplier of microprocessors.
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INTEL INTELLEC-8 8-Bit Microcomputer, 1973, aluminum case with hinged top and magnetic closures, face plate with 48 LEDs, 31 switches, ZIF socket and key switch; containing 10 modules, cooling fan, 5 serial ports at back,
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