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The 4004 Reborn | Black Edition | White Edition | 4040 Edition

tre For its 45th anniversary, a tribute to the very first and most iconic microprocessor of the history, the Intel 4004, in its grey traced ceramic, museum grade ultra rare package, to drive a unique time masterpiece collection.

tre The Intel 4004, released by Intel Corp. on November 15th, 1971, not only changed the way of computing, but also changed the whole computing industry.

tre Limited Edition of 5 numeroted artworks.

 

Local time displayed on the first line.

Current date and 3D position of the artwork on Earth (latitude, longitude & elevation) successively displayed on the second line.

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ocal time, date and position automatically adjusted by onboard GPS receiver to provide absolute accuracy.

 

Core electronics designed with collectable white ceramic chips from Intel MCS-4 family, to execute 87'771 precious instructions per second.

Intel 4004 program memory components, neon bulbs and neon display tubes from ultra reliable russian technology.

Size: 610mm (L), 550mm (H), 50mm (D)

Weight: 33.1 lbs / 15.0 kg




tre THE 4004 TIME MASTERPIECE ARTWORK WITH RIVETED METAL FRAME



tre THE 4004 TIME MASTERPIECE ARTWORK CLOSE-UP


tre LOCAL TIME AND CURRENT DATE




tre A NEW LIFE FOR THE GREY TRACED INTEL 4004




tre THE ICONIC INTEL 4004 AT WORK WITH ITS MEMORY CHIP


tre THE INTEL 4004: A REFERENCE OF LEGEND


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LOCAL TIME AND CURRENT LONGITUDE 2°17'53.28" EAST


tre GOLD PLATED TULIPS FOR THE INTEL 4004 COMPANION CHIP


tre LOCAL TIME AND CURRENT LATITUDE 48°52'20.38" NORTH




tre NEON DISPLAY POWER INTERFACE




tre LOCAL TIME AND CURRENT ALTITUDE 73 METERS




tre INTEL 4004 INSTRUCTIONS PROGRAM HOSTED BY RUSSIAN MEMORIES


tre LOCAL TIME AND 8 GPS SATELLITES DETECTED




tre NEON DISPLAYS CLOSE-UP




tre NEON BULBS FOR EAST / WEST / NORTH / SOUTH INDICATIONS




tre MULTI-LAYERS RUSSIAN DISPLAYS



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