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Microprocessors

    Handhelds:10     Pongs:32     Computers:100     Consoles:23     Handheld consoles:14     Art


ARM9

1998


ARM9 is a group of older 32-bit RISC ARM processor cores licensed by ARM Holdings for microcontroller use.
The ARM9 core family consists of ARM9TDMI, ARM940T, ARM9E-S, ARM966E-S, ARM920T, ARM922T, ARM946E-S, ARM9EJ-S, ARM926EJ-S, ARM968E-S, ARM996HS.
Since ARM9 cores were released from 1998 to 2006, they are no longer recommended for new IC designs, instead ARM Cortex-A, ARM Cortex-M, ARM Cortex-R cores are preferred.

Ami S2150

1975


S2000 is a family of 4-bit microcontrollers manufactured by American Microsystems, Inc (AMI) in the first half 1980.
Depending on part number, 2000 or 215x, the microcontroller had either 32 or 40 byte on-chip scratchpad RAM, and 1 KB or 1.5 KB ROM.

Fairchild F8

1975


In April 1975 Fairchild began sampling the F8 processor with production quantities available in the fall of 1975.

Hitachi HD38800


Hitachi Semiconductor PMOS 4-Bit Single Chip Microcomputer

Hitachi HD38820


Hitachi IC HD-38820-L28, VTR Custom 4-Bit Microprocessor HD 38820-L28

MOS Technology 6502

1975


The 6502 is an 8-bit processor designed by MOS Technology in 1975, based on the design of the Motorola 6800.

National Semiconductor COP410



National Semiconductor COP421




National Semiconductor COP444L


The COP444L is one model of a family of microcontrollers from National Semiconductor.
It has 2K of 8-bit ROM and 128 4-bit nibbles of RAM.
One handheld game that used it is Entex Space Invader. It can be electronically dumped.

Sharp SM5xx

1974


 Sharp SM510 (ROM 2772×8 bit, RAM 128×4 bit, a divider and 132-segment LCD driver circuit)
Sharp SM511/SM512 (ROM 4032×8 bit, RAM 128/142×4 bit, a divider and 136/200-segment LCD driver circuit)uP 8053