Noughts and crosses machine in display case. Machine based on transistors, diodes, relays and selectors. Made by Roy Hartkopf of Alphington, commenced 1963 and delivered 1967. Restored in 2002.

Physical Description

Wooden case with a glass window pane in top section. Case contains a free-standing white board with printed text, white grid of nine squares (noughts and crosses board) with four attached wire strands, and a square metal transistor/relay board. Front of case has protruding wooden panel with 12 buttons and three text labels. Case has a plastic roof. It appears that several more modern components were added to the workings of the computer at some time in the recent past.

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