On this page you can read the first publication, the legal Foundation creation and the last ‘bye bye’ in the magazine.
- KIM-1 rev B ceramic white CPU and 6530, grey 6530
- ASCII display
- ASCII keyboard
- Brutech 4K RAM
Now the KIM-1 has no secrets for me, this is a beautiful example with these withe IC’s
The Brutech 4K RAM card just fits on the expansion connector, I have seen these cards before in the 70ties!
The ASCII display card, about the same size as the KIM-1 is unknown to me, the only information is ASCII Display TTY compatible v.s. 13 .
No documentation but some properties can be deducted from the IC’s on the board. It is without doubt a simple TYTY replacement serial ASCII display terminal.
There is a video output on the bottom right, serial input/output on the left connector and on the left connector one can attach a ASCII parallel keyboard (see below, it is in the package). Read More