Nat Semi ns32k, was Re: Whitechapel Computer Works MG-1

Noel Chiappa jnc at
Mon Dec 1 11:44:26 CST 2014

    > Eric Smith spacewar at 

    > Perhaps I'm mistaken, but I was pretty sure that the first UTek machine
    > was the 4404 "Artificial Intelligence Workstation", introduced in 1974.
    > The 4404 was MC68010 based

There's also the TI Explorer:

a LISP machine (custom CPU); not sure of the exact date, but it was around then.


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