ITT: The oldest devices that are STILL in production
This thing is from fucking 1999
I wonder if AMD is still making their 40 MHz 80186
I'm sure they probably dropped it in 2007 when Intel dropped their 186 production as well.
and for $200,000 a chip it can be all yours
even more surprising is that these aren't even some new development, BAE has been making them since the 750 was actually a current-generation chip
Because what they use is reliable, works, and they're not mining bitcoins up there.
Does it count if the process is updated? 741 opamps were introduced in 1968 and are still in production.
answered my own question right before you responded
all the links I found are garbage though but they at least tell me you can, dunno if anyone's actually tried (at the very least they haven't released it for other people to fuck with)
They still make HP-12Cs too, although they don't make them in their totally unmodified 1981 form anymore, they use SoCs but they still work the same
I have a pair of the original 1981 models though, one made in 1992 and another one I think in 2001.
Production run: 1946 - Current.
Westfield have been producing whips for carriage driving for over 200 years.
Been in production since the late 60's with a couple minor updates.
>but horses don't even exist anymore, what's the point?
>horses don't even exist anymore
all of my wat.
What's a Brannock Device?
Google it and prepare to go, "aw shiiiit. that thing!"
>especially when dicks cleared my screen when I was gone for a second.
That's an early lesson for you. Usually you only learn that the hard way in engineering schools with retarded classmates.
I'd like to imagine Charles F. Brannock just hung out at cobbler shops around New York and whenever he saw a fly honey measure her foot size he'd swoop in over her shoulder and say "I invented that, you know"