(via Retro Thing: Remembering the Zilog Z80 Microprocessor)

Designed by Zilog and released in 1976, the 8-bit Z80 was one of the most popular processors of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Created by a couple of ex-Intel engineers, the Z80 used the familiar Intel 8080 instruction set and enhanced it with bit manipulation commands, block I/O, a single 5V power supply and on-board dynamic RAM refresh. The result was an affordable and familiar chip that was easier to design into products…

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    ;____________________; totally geekin’ out over this…. it’s beautiful!!
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