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I > INTEL > SDK-86


 

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Tuesday 19th July 2011
Frank (USA)

If anyone has one of these for sale I would love to buy it from you. if you have one please leave a comment to Frank


Tuesday 17th October 2006
John Keels (Boone, NC)

The SDK 86 was an interesting computer. When I was at school at Forsyth Technical Community College about 15 years ago I used one of the SDK 86 boards in classes to learn 8086 Assembly Language and to write programs that would do various things. Usually they were pretty simple things like display an alphanumeric pattern on the LED display. We had an 8088 XT setup to compile code and then download it into the SDK 86 usiing the serial port. It all worked extremely well. It was an interesting computer to learn with. I would not mind having one again.





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