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+ - 1958 Integrated Circuit Prototypes from Jack Kilby's TI Lab Up For Sale->

Submitted by Dharma's Dad
Dharma's Dad (668471) writes "Christie's New York is auctioning them off this Thursday. They were gifted to one of the lab employees by Jack Kilby (who won the Nobel prize in 2000 for his part in the work). The family has finally decided to sell them — they are expected to go for over one million dollars. How cool would it be to have these in your man (or lady) cave =)"
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1958 Integrated Circuit Prototypes from Jack Kilby's TI Lab Up For Sale

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