ETC PC (1976)
The ETC-1000 was produced by the Electronic Tool Company of Hawthorne, California (1976)..
|The ETC microcomputer was based on the 502
microprocessor chip, and included a 40 key keyboard, programmable 8 digit display, I/O
interfaces, power supply, 1024 bytes of RAM, and 256 bytes of PROM (including assembler).
The ETC-1000 came in a sharp looking square type cabinet, with the "Electronic Tool Company" label and the words "Etcetera System" on the front panel
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