|Model||ET-3200 Digital Design Experimenter|
|Number Produced||Many tens of thousands|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Current Value||Up to $50 or so|
|Notes||The Heathkit ET-3100 isn't actually a computer but it did allow students to learn some of the basics of the logic that powered early (and even modern) computers.|
|Related Items in Collection||Heathkit ET-3400, Heathkit ET-3100|
|Related Items Wanted|
Like the Heathkit ET-3100, the Heathkit ET-3200 is a fairly simple device containing some power and signal generation circuitry along with a breadboard for creating electronics experiments using those features.
Where the ET-3100 is designed mainly for basic electronic experiments using analog circuitry, the ET-3200 is more geared towards digital experiments using digital circuitry.
The device in my collection was donated by Mary-Anne Boulet.