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Manufacturer IMS Associates, Inc. Identification,ID IMSAI 8080 Date of first manufacture 1975 Number produced - Estimated price or cost $250 location in museum - donor -
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- Historical Notes
- This Artifact
- Interesting Web Sites
- Other information
The IMSAI 8080 used an Intel 8080A processor, and came with 4K RAM. I/O was through front panel switches and LED's, without additional peripherals. It was once the fastest selling microcomputer. It had an S-100 bus with 22 expansion slots.
The IMSAI, from IMSAI Manufacturing of San Leandro, California
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Updated October 23, 2000