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Kimsi by Forethought Products (1977)

From this article at Applefritter:

This board connected to the Apple 1 via the 44 Pin Bus and allowed S-100 cards to be connected.

The MOS Technology Kim-1 was a 6502 cpu based single-board computer with 1k of memory and a keypad for input.

The KIMSI allowed S-100 cards to be connected to the Kim-1. Connect this KIMSI card to the 44 Pin Bus card, and it was possible to use S-100 cards on the Apple I, as well.

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How kimsi connects with Kim-1
Kimsi logo


See Also:

Ad for Kimsi hosted at Applefritter

See also our KIM-1s and
the DigiBarn's full collection of Commodore computers and artifacts

George Page's notes on Commodore which mentions the KIM-4 motherboard

History of the MOS and Commodore KIM-1 series
on the excellent Commodore Computer history site commodore.ca

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