Digital PDP-8/E

The PDP-8 is widely considered to be the first commercial minicomputer. It was a 12bit computer with 4k words of RAM. There were several versions of the PDP-8 the first being launched on March 22, 1965 which sold for between $10,000 and $18,000 depending on the configuration.
 
The version is this collection is the PDP-8/e which was released in 1971 and featured a new bus structure called the omnibus.
 

Manufacturer: DEC
Date: 1971

Digital PDP-8/E Articles:

Item Manufacturer Date
Memories - Computers in the Dark Ages (Apricot Computers)

Other Systems Related To Digital PDP-8/E:

Item Manufacturer Date
Digital Micro PDP-11/23 DEC 1970
Digital PDP-11/03-L DEC 1970
Digital Micro PDP-11/53 DEC 1970
Vydec Exxon 1800 Series Word Processor Vydec 1982
DECpc 425SE Laptop DEC 1994

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH175. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

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