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  Eastern Bloc 8008 VEB Funkwerk Erfurt U808D (GDR) [flip chip]   []   []   [hide data]   [close image viewer]  
The U808D is an Intel 8008 clone made in former German Democratic Republic by VEB Funkwerk Erfurt (FWE). It was used in one of GDR's first computers, a Robotron K 1510 from 1977 (German technical documentation here).

My U808D came in its original box, which is pretty much like a matchbox with metal coated paper inlay. Here's a picture of it.
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Core Frequency:0.8 MHz
Board Frequency:0.8 MHz
Data bus (ext.):8 Bit
Address bus:14 Bit
Circuit Size:10.00
Manufactured: September 1981
Made in:East Germany
Package Type:Plastic
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