Donor: (Still looking it up...)
Location: Williamsburg, Virginia
This is the very first computer that Commodore ever made. It's the single board KIM-1. It has an on-board
keypad and 6 digit LED read-out.
Of course, real techies didn't leave their single board computers just sitting out in the open.
Oh no. They built really cool cases for them. This particular case featured a flip-top, a card cage for the
RAM board, an extension of the
keypad and display to the front of the enclosure, a bunch of connections on the back
and a terminal hook-up. (And, of course, the required
switch to choose between keypad and terminal.) There's also a very manly external power supply.
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