Updated: 01/31/2019 by Computer Hope
Intel 8008 microprocessor

Developed by Intel and introduced on April 1, 1972, the 8008 was used in microcomputers, dumb terminals, calculators, and bottling machines. The 8008 was available in speeds 500 kHz and 800 kHz and used an 8-bit architecture capable of accessing up to 16 KB of RAM (random-access memory).

CPU terms, NEC V20