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Science of Cambridge MK14
First introduced in 1977 the Mk14 was sold as a kit
via mail order and retailed at £39.95 + postage.
The CPU was a National semiconductor INS8060n,
it had 256 bytes of random access memory (RAM)
Input was through a keypad with 20 keys and it also
has a reset button.
The display was through 8 - 9 light emitting diodes (LED's).