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 7 modules, cooling fan, 4 multi-pin female connectors at back,
Lot 107
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 7 modules, cooling fan, 4 multi-pin female connectors at back,
Sold for US$ 13,750 inc. premium

Lot Details
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 7 modules, cooling fan, 4 multi-pin female connectors at back, 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 7 modules, cooling fan, 4 multi-pin female connectors at back, 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 7 modules, cooling fan, 4 multi-pin female connectors at back,
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 7 modules, cooling fan, 4 multi-pin female connectors at back, without power cord or key.
Modules include: 1. Intel 8080 CPU Module, 1974; 2. Intel PROM Programmer Module, 1973; 3&4. Intel memory boards, both 1972; 5. Intel PROM Memory Module, 1973; 6. Intel 8080 F/P Controller board; 7. Intel I/O Module, modified for CRT.
WITH: 2 original Intel cartons containing: PROM Memory Module, 8080 F/P Controller board, 8080 I CPU and 8080 I I/O Module.
AND: Intel blue binder containing MCS-8 User's Manual, November 1974; Intel Intellec-8 Reference Manual Rev. 1; Intel Intellec-8/Mod 8 Operator's Manual Version 2 (photocopy); and schematics.

One of America's first microcomputers, the Intel Intellec-8 was produced in relatively limited numbers. Intel led the way, demonstrating with their invention what the microprocessor could do. Although they soon left the computer business to others, they went on to become the dominant supplier of microprocessors. The above unit includes modifications that brings it up to the Intellec-8 Mod 80 level, but also has a rare modification for CRT output.
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