MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)

MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)

MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
A very old and unique collector’s item from 1976. This is the earliest version of the KIM-1 Single-Board Computer developed by MOS Microcomputers. Board is Rev A and only carries the MOS badge, before Commodore acquired MOS (after the acquisitions the boards were manufactured with the Commodore branding). 6502 CPU is white ceramic package (15th week of 1976). 6530 003 is white ceramic package (15th week of 1976). 6530 002 is socketed and appears to have been installed after the original manufacture (chip is dated 28th week of 1978, which is after Commodore acquired MOS and the soldering on the underside of the board looks like it was reworked). RAM chips are double-stacked, which, from my understanding, was done to double the RAM capacity. Original MOS Microcomputers books: Programming Manual, KIM-1 User Manual, Hardware Manual. Original fold-out schematic diagram. KIM Hints photocopied and stapled booklet. KIM-1 user manual has some pages that have come loose from the binding but appears to be complete and in good overall condition. Some manuals have writing and notes from the original owner. I do not have any of the edge connectors or a power supply. This computer predates the Apple I, which was also based around the same MOS 6502 CPU running at 1mHz. I can only guarantee its authenticity and condition to be as pictured. The item “MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)” is in sale since Tuesday, September 14, 2021. This item is in the category “Computers/Tablets & Networking\Computer Components & Parts\Motherboard & CPU Combos”. The seller is “maio_2″ and is located in Reston, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Model: KIM-1
  • Motherboard Brand: MOS

MOS KIM-1 Rev A Microcomputer / Computer w 6502 1976 (pre Commodore pre Apple I)
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