|Number Produced||Tens of thousands|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Expansion||Expansion ports could be used for a variety of interfaces.|
|I/O||Serial, Current Loop|
|OS Options||BASIC, amongst others|
|Notes||MOS introduced the KIM-1 to showcase their 6502 processor which was ultimately used to power the Apple II, Commodore 64, Atari 800 and more. Commodore quickly bought MOS and re-badged the KIM-1.|
|Related Items in Collection||Various other 6502 systems mentioned above, Sym-1 and others.|
|Related Items Wanted||Commodore badged KIM-1, manuals, software etc.|
The first KIM-1 in my collection came with an expansion bus and a memory card. It is, unfortunately, not working at the moment.
A second system came in more recently and is working perfectly.