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Collectibles from the world's leading Electronics & Semiconductor Companies
AMS AMD Amdahl Analog Devices Apple Applied Materials Atari ATI AT&T
Bell Labs Burroughs Canon Cincinnati Milacron Control Data Cray Cyrix
Data General DEC Destron Fearing ESI Fujitsu GE GM GTE Hitachi Honeywell
HP Hughes IBM Intel Interdesign ITT LSI Memorex Micron Microvision MIT
Mitsubishi Motorola NAPA ECHLIN National Semi NCR NEC NTK NMBS
NorthStar Computers Nvidia OKI Electric Panasonic PHILCO Pixim PMI RCA
Remington Rand Samsung SGS-Thomson Signetics Sony Sperry
STMicroelectronics Sun Microsystems Sylvania Tandem Computers Texas Instruments
Toshiba Tung-Sol TSMC UNIVAC Wavesat Western Electric WYSE Etc.
"Computer Chip of the Month"
Cyrix's First CPU - 486 Notebook Processor (1992)
For the month of August we are showcasing this Lucite keychain from Cyrix promoting their Cx486SLC/e low-power notebook processor.
The X86-compatible Cx486SLC chip was Cyrix's very First CPU and was a hybrid design of 386 and 486 chips. It competed directly with Intel's 486SL laptop chip.