Chip - Intel 1702 EPROM chip (circa 1969)

The Intel 1702 is Intel's first EPROM. (EPROM = "Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory"). EPROMs are used to store programs or data in a computer even when the power is turned off. These were used in some of the earliest computers that used the Intel 4004, 8080 and 8088 CPU's.

Information and Photo Courtesy of Steve Emery

See Also:

Microprocessor Chip (Intel 4004) (1969)

Microprocessor Chip (Intel 8088) (1981)

Microprocessor Chip (Intel 80386) (1985)

Microprocessor Chip (Intel 80586) (1993)

Microprocessor Chip (RCA 1802) (1974)

Microprocessor Chip (Rockwell R6511)

Microprocessor Mainframe CPU

Microprocessor History

Microprocessor Table: Intel

Microprocessor: Mainframe

 


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