Introduction to Microprocessor Technology with the Kosmos CP1 (1983)
It is 1983. The microcomputer revolution has swept across the United States and is taking hold in Europe. Demand for expertise is rising rapidly and it soon becomes clear that it is best to get to grips with this new technology at as early an age as possible. This is recognized by the Stuttgart-based publisher Franckh’sche Verlagshandlung, which was founded in 1822. The company has already made a name for itself producing a range of kits of scientific and electronic experiments for children; and soon its product range is extended to include the Kosmos CP1 experimental microcomputer system.