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MOS Technology 6502

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  1. an 8-bit microprocessor that was designed by Chuck Peddle for MOS Technology in 1975

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  2. 6502 used by Atari for a game console and home computers

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  3. When it was introduced, it was the least expensive full-featured CPU on the market by a considerable margin, costing less than one-sixth the price of competing designs from larger companies such as Motorola and Intel

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  4. nevertheless faster than most of them, and, along with the Zilog Z80, sparked a series of computer projects that would eventually result in the home computer revolution of the 1980s

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  5. The 6502 design was originally second-sourced by Rockwell and Synertek and later licensed to a number of companies

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