At $375, the RGS 008A was a good deal for hobbyists. You got everything you needed to build a working computer–almost. A cabinet, the fuses, and a power cord were not included. The 008A is a rare find today, but not as sought-after as the MITS Altair, Sphere, or Scelbi systems.
RGS Electronics RGS 008A (1975, early micro)
Original Retail Price: $375 kit
Base Configuration: 8008 CPU, front panel switches, manual, schematic
Important Options: cassette and parallel interfaces, keyboard
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