Difference between revisions of "Signetics 2650"

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{{Infobox_Hardware |hardware_image=[[File:Signetic 2650AI.png]]|
 
{{Infobox_Hardware |hardware_image=[[File:Signetic 2650AI.png]]|
hardware_name  = Signetic 2650|
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hardware_name  = Signetics 2650|
designer        = [[Signetic]]|
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designer        = [[Signetics]]|
manufacturer    = [[Signetic]]|
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manufacturer    = [[Signetics]]|
 
type            = 8-bit|
 
type            = 8-bit|
 
release        = 1975|
 
release        = 1975|
 
added_to_museum = MPU-2000: March 22, 2018|
 
added_to_museum = MPU-2000: March 22, 2018|
 
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The '''Signetic 2650''', introduced in mid-1975, was an 8-bit microprocessor.
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The '''Signetics 2650''', introduced in mid-1975, was an 8-bit microprocessor.
  
 
==Computers using the Signetic 2650AI owned by WEC Museum==
 
==Computers using the Signetic 2650AI owned by WEC Museum==
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[[Category:microprocessors]]
 
[[Category:microprocessors]]
[[Category:Microprocessors by Signetic]]
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[[Category:Microprocessors by Signetics]]

Revision as of 20:32, 22 May 2020

Signetic 2650AI.png
Signetics 2650
DesignerSignetics
ManufacturerSignetics
Type8-bit
Release1975
Added to museumMPU-2000: March 22, 2018

The Signetics 2650, introduced in mid-1975, was an 8-bit microprocessor.

Computers using the Signetic 2650AI owned by WEC Museum

Title Manufacturer Release Added to museum Notes
MPU-2000 Acetronic 1979 March 22, 2018 Acetronic version of the Radofin 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System