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Intel MCS-296

The Intel MCS-296 is a family of microcontrollers, an improved version of the Intel MCS-96, while remaining compatible. The family is often referred to as the 80296. The MCU has improved math performance making it practical in embedded digital si ...

                                               

Intel Quark

Intel Quark is a line of 32-bit x86 SoCs and microcontrollers by Intel, designed for small size and low power consumption, and targeted at new markets including wearable devices. The line was introduced at Intel Developer Forum in 2013. Quark pro ...

                                               

H8 Family

H8 is the name of a large family of 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit microcontrollers made by Renesas Technology, originating in the early 1990s within Hitachi Semiconductor. An administrator on the Renesas user community boards commented in 2011 that th ...

                                               

Mitsubishi 740

The Mitsubishi 740, also known as MELPS 740, is a series of 8-bit CMOS microcontrollers and microprocessors with an enhanced MOS Technology 6502 compatible core based on the expanded WDC 65C02. The ICs were manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric dur ...

                                               

R8C

The Renesas R8C is a 16-bit microcontroller that was developed as a smaller and cheaper version of the Renesas M16C. It retains the M16Cs 16-bit CISC architecture and instruction set, but trades size for speed by cutting the internal data bus fro ...

                                               

R8C Tiny

R8C Tiny is series of low-cost microcontrollers from Renesas. Having 16-bit CPU core M16C with 8-bit bus, the R8C Tiny series offer wide variety of on-chip peripherals include 8-bit Multifunction Timers, UART/Clock Synchronous Serial Interface, I ...

                                               

RL78

RL78 Family is a 16- and 8-bit CPU core for embedded microcontrollers of Renesas Electronics introduced in 2010. The basis of RL78 Family is an accumulator-based register-bank CISC architecture with 3-stage instruction pipelining. It has 20-bit 1 ...

                                               

RX microcontroller family

RX is the family name for a range of 32-bit microcontrollers manufactured by Renesas Electronics. RX is an acronym for Renesas Extreme. The RX family was launched in 2009 by Renesas Technology with the first product range designated the RX600 ser ...

                                               

Assembly shell

On graphing calculators, an assembly shell is a program that is used to run other programs written in the calculators native machine code rather than the calculators standard high-level programming language. While all assembly shells can run asse ...

                                               

Commodore 2031

The Commodore 2031 and Commodore 4031 are single-unit 5¼" floppy disk drives for Commodore International computers. They use a similar steel case form to the Commodore 9060/9090 hard disk drives, and use the parallel IEEE-488 interface common to ...

                                               

Commodore 4040

The Commodore 4040 is the replacement for the previous models 2040 and 3040. Its a dual-drive 5¼" floppy disk subsystem for Commodore Business Machines. It uses a wide-case form, and uses the parallel IEEE-488 interface common to Commodore PET/CB ...

                                               

Commodore 8060

The Commodore 8060, 8061, and 8062 are a series of 8" floppy disk drives developed by Commodore Business Machines. These disk drives use the parallel interface IEEE-488 to connect with Commodores PET and CBM-II line of microcomputers. The 8060 is ...

                                               

Commodore 8280

The Commodore 8280 is a dual 8" floppy disk drive for Commodore International computers. It uses a wide rectangular steel case form similar to that of the Commodore 4040, and uses the parallel IEEE-488 interface common to Commodore PET/CBM comput ...

                                               

AMD Dragon

AMD Dragon is a platform engineered for gamers, designed for use with the AMD Phenom II X4 processor family. The goal for the platform is to offer the user a powerful gaming system. Having a level 3 cache memory of 6 megabytes and support for the ...

                                               

HP 520 Notebook

The HP 520 Notebook is a business laptop made by Hewlett-Packard. It runs either Core Duo T2400 or other Celeron M processors. It can come with Vista Business, Basic preinstalled, or if chosen, Red Hat 10.

                                               

IBM 5x86C

The IBM 5x86C is an IBM branded and produced version of the Cyrix-designed Cyrix Cx5x86 CPU. Previous IBM x86 processors, IBM 386SLC and IBM 486SLC, were based on modified Intel designs.

                                               

Intel SHA extensions

Intel SHA Extensions are set of extensions to the x86 instruction set architecture which support hardware acceleration of Secure Hash Algorithm family. Introduced on Intel Goldmont microarchitecture. AMD added support in their processors for thes ...

                                               

LatticeMico8

The LatticeMico8 is an 8-bit microcontroller soft processor core optimized for field-programmable gate arrays and crossover programmable logic device architecture from Lattice Semiconductor. Combining a full 18-bit wide instruction set with 32 ge ...

                                               

Lynnfield (microprocessor)

Lynnfield is the code name for a quad-core processor from Intel released in September 2009. It was sold in varying configurations as Core i5-7xx, Core i7-8xx or Xeon X34xx. Lynnfield uses the Nehalem microarchitecture and replaces the earlier Pen ...

                                               

Motorola 68012

The Motorola MC68012 processor is a 16/32-bit microprocessor from the early 1980s. It is an 84-pin PGA version of the Motorola MC68010. The memory space was extended to 2 GB, and a read-modify-write cycle pin, indicating that an indivisible read- ...

                                               

Nios embedded processor

                                               

Regency Systems R2C

The R2C was the color version of the 2nd Z80-based microcomputer produced by Regency Systems of Champaign, Illinois, the first being the RC1. The RC1 had a high resolution display and dual 8-inch floppy disk drives. It was essentially a standalon ...

                                               

Sandy Bridge-E

Sandy Bridge-E is the codename of an eight-core Intel processor based on the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture. It follows the six-core Gulftown/Westmere-EP processor that used the older LGA 1366 package, which is replaced with LGA 2011 starting wit ...

                                               

SCELBI

SCELBI was an early model of microcomputer based on the Intel 8008 processor. The company SCELBI Computer Consulting in 1973, by Nat Wadsworth. The SCELBI 8H was marketed in 1974 and was delivered either as an assembled unit or as a kit, with fiv ...

                                               

Sharp PC-1401

The Sharp PC-1401 is a small pocket computer manufactured by Sharp. It was introduced in 1983 and is one of the first combinations of scientific calculator and portable computer with BASIC interpreter/bytecode compiler. The PC-1402 has the same f ...

                                               

Sharp PC-1403

The Sharp PC-1403 was a small scientific calculator and pocket computer manufactured by Sharp. It was the successor of the Sharp PC-1401, and had better display, more RAM and better system software.

                                               

Sharp PC-1600

The Sharp PC-1600 was a pocket computer introduced by Sharp in 1986 as a successor to the PC-1500. The PC-1600 provided compatibility with its predecessor through the use of a slave CPU that could run assembly language programs targeting the olde ...

                                               

AMD Spider

The AMD Spider platform consists of enthusiast level products from AMD, including AMD Phenom X4 9000 series processors, ATI Radeon HD 3800 series GPUs, and the AMD 7 series chipset.

                                               

Tandy 10 Business Computer System

The Tandy 10 Business Computer System was a short-lived product developed by Radio Shack in the late 1970s as a business-oriented complement to their TRS-80 Model I desktop computer. Released in 1978, the Tandy 10 was built for Radio Shack by App ...

                                               

Telmac 1800

The Telmac 1800 was an early microcomputer delivered in kit form. It was introduced in 1977 by Telercas, the Finnish importer of RCA microchips. Most of the 2.000 kits manufactured were bought by electronics enthusiasts in Finland, Sweden and Nor ...

                                               

Telmac TMC-600

The Telmac TMC-600 was a Finnish microcomputer produced during the early 1980s starting in 1982. It was introduced in 1982 by Telercas, the Finnish importer of RCA microchips. Only 600 units were produced, making it very rare today. The TMC-600 w ...

                                               

Thomson computers

In the 1980s the French Thomson company produced a range of 8-bit computers based on the 6809E CPU. They were released in a lot of models variations from late 1982 to 1989. While MO and TO models are incompatible in software, most of the peripher ...

                                               

Thomson MO5

The Thomson MO5 is a home computer introduced in France in 1984 to compete against systems such as the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64. At the same time, Thomson also released the up-market Thomson TO7/70 machine. The MO5 was not sold in vast quanti ...

                                               

Thomson TO7

The Thomson TO7, also called Thomson 9000 is a home computer introduced by Thomson SA in November 1982, with an original retail price of 3750 Franc. By 1983 over 40000 units were produced. The TO7 is built around a 1 MHz Motorola 6809 processor. ...

                                               

Thomson TO8

The Thomson TO8 is a home computer introduced by French company Thomson SA in 1986. It replaces its predecessor, the Thomson TO7/70 while remaining essentially compatible. The new features of the TO8, like larger memory and better graphics modes, ...

                                               

TI PLT SHH1

TI PLT SHH1 is a prototype calculator created by Texas Instruments as an early attempt to develop a Linux-based calculator. It features an ARM based OMAP 1510 processor, 16 MB RAM, and an SD slot. In conjunction with its TI PLT-FHH1 Personal Lear ...

                                               

TI-7 MathMate

The TI-7 MathMate is a basic educational calculator by Texas Instruments, designed for students in grades K–3. The MathMate was unique in that it automatically performed order of operations. The MathMate slotted in between the TI-108 and the TI-1 ...

                                               

TI-12 Math Explorer

The TI-12 Math Explorer is an educational calculator designed particularly for students in grades 3–5. The Math Explorer slotted above the TI-7 MathMate by offering fraction and exponent capabilities, as well as a pi button. The Math Explorer has ...

                                               

TI-32 Math Explorer Plus

The TI-32 Math Explorer Plus is a calculator by Texas Instruments specifically designed for middle school students. The Math Explorer Plus was offered as a more advanced version of the TI-12 Math Explorer. The TI-32 Math Explorer Plus offered tri ...

                                               

TI-55

The TI-55 is a programmable calculator first manufactured by Texas Instruments in 1977. It has an LED display, and weighs 6.4 ounces. It is programmable to hold up to 32 key-codes that allow the user to repeat simple calculations with different v ...

                                               

TI-80

TI-80 is a graphing calculator made by Texas Instruments. It was originally designed in 1995 to be used at a middle school level. The TI-80 featured a 48 x 64 dot-matrix display with a 5 x 3 pixel font, which is the smallest screen of any TI grap ...

                                               

TI-1030

The TI-1030 is a 4 function calculator first manufactured by Texas Instruments on June 11, 1978. The introductory price was.95. It was powered by 2 LR43 sized batteries.

                                               

TI-1031

The TI-1031 was a 4 function calculator manufactured by Texas Instruments. Introduced in 1981 at a price of, the calculator had a liquid crystal display, weighed 1.9 ounces, and contained 24 keys.

                                               

Microsoft stubs

                                               

Commodore 128

The Commodore 128, also known as the C128, C-128, C= 128, is the last 8-bit home computer that was commercially released by Commodore Business Machines. Introduced in January 1985 at the CES in Las Vegas, it appeared three years after its predece ...

                                               

Thomson TO7/70

                                               

Commodore CBM-II

The Commodore CBM-II series is a short-lived range of 8-bit personal computers from Commodore Business Machines, released in 1982 and intended as a follow-on to the Commodore PET series.

                                               

Commodore 116

                                               

Commodore Educator 64

The Educator 64, also known as the PET 64 and Model 4064, was a microcomputer made by Commodore Business Machines in 1983. It was sold to schools as a replacement for aging Commodore PET systems. Schools were reluctant to adopt the Commodore 64 " ...

                                               

KIM-1

The KIM-1, short for K eyboard I nput M onitor, is a small 6502-based single-board computer developed and produced by MOS Technology, Inc. and launched in 1976. It was very successful in that period, due to its low price and easy-access expandabi ...

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