|Number Produced||About 50,000|
|Country of Origin||United States|
|Processor||MOS 6502 (manufactured by Synertek)|
|Expansion||Expansion bus for various peripherals, 4 ROM sockets for additional functionality.|
|Bus||Semi-proprietary, shared with Rockwell AIM-65.|
|I/O||Serial and Cassette IO on-board|
|OS Options||Monitor, BASIC and other ROM options|
|Notes||The Synertek SYM-1 was a 6502 evaluation system designed to showcase the 6502, much like the KIM-1. Built later, the SYM-1 offered several things the KIM-1 did not including on-board ROM and an on-board speaker.|
|Related Items in Collection||KIM-1, Rockwell AIM-65 and others.|
|Related Items Wanted||Manuals, additional ROMs, software, keyboard and other expansions.|
The SYM-1 was a nice, relatively inexpensive single board computer that offered a lot for its day.
The SYM-1 in my collection is not currently working.