Zilog Z8400Ps-Z80 microprocessor

Zilog Z8400Ps-Z80 microprocessor

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Description (Brief)
Package is a J-lead plastic chip carrier and D (dip). This 8-bit CPU was an attempt to complement a mini-computer but failed due to the 32-bit architecture successes - it was the competitor to the Intel 4004 chip set
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Microprocessor; Solid State Devices
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United States: New Jersey
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from Zilog-Exxon Information System
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National Museum of American History
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