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Description Altair 8800 Computer with 8 inch floppy disk system.

Circuit boards - left to right

  1. Seals 8K Static RAM board
  2. MITS floppy disk controller (2 board set)
  3. MITS floppy disk controller
  4. MITS 16K Dynamic RAM board
  5. MITS 16K Dynamic RAM board
  6. MITS SIO-2 Dual serial port board
  7. Solid State Music PROM board
  8. MITS 8080 CPU board

Photo taken at the Vintage Computer Festival 7.0 held at the Computer History Museum, Mountain View California. November 6-7, 2004

This was one of Altair systems exhibited by Erik Klein

Photo by Michael Holley, November 7, 2004

Nikon E3200 with on camera flash. Touched up in Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0.
Date 7 November 2004
Source Transfered from en.wikipedia
Author Swtpc6800 en:User:Swtpc6800 Michael Holley
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