RR Auction had the opportunity to sell a most unique 465 oscilloscope. From their website:
Atari engineer Al Alcorn’s Tektronix 465 Dual-Trace 100 MHz Oscilloscope that he used to create the early video game Pong and that he later lent to Apple Computer founder and lead designer Steve Wozniak, who used the machine to develop the Apple II 8-bit home computer. The Tektronix 465 is signed on the bottom in black felt tip, “Used to design Pong and lent to Woz to design Apple II, Al Alcorn.”
This 465B sold at auction for a whopping $12,500. This image is of their website. Click on the image to view a higher resolution PDF.
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