MITS Altair

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The MITS Altair 8800 microcomputer was the first microcomputer kit offered for sale. It could also be purchased assembled. First available in 1975, it packaged an S-100 bus with a front-panel. The CPU card had an Intel 8080 processor running at 2 MHz. I/O and memory cards were also available.

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