The ORIGINAL 6502 Reference Mug – Now with instruction clock cycles to satisfy even the most l33t coders!
Be the envy of all your programmer pals with the new and improved version 2.0 geek chic 6502 assembly code mug — a handy dual-purpose item that’s one part quick reference guide and one part beverage containment device. Designed by Stirring Dragon Games.
Just a few of our happy customers including programming greats such as Bill Budge, Tim Schafer, Richard Garriott, John Romeo and more!
The 6502 8-bit microprocessor was created by MOS Technologies and designed by Chuck Peddle in 1975. It was instrumental in bringing some of the most popular video game consoles and computers to life, such as the Atari 2600, Commodore 64, Apple II, Nintendo Entertainment System, Atari Lynx, and many others. 6502 assembly language was responsible for launching many a programmers’ career. It is still used by many today and fondly remembered by countless more.
If you prefer the 6510 Commodore 64 variant of this mug you can find it here.
NOTE: some images may show version 1.0 of the mug without clock cycles
• Ceramic 15 oz. (443ml) (Large size) Glossy white
• Super fast shipping worldwide!
• EU friendly Shipping – Ships out of Europe for cheaper costs!
• Dishwasher and microwave safe [For dishwasher, do not use high heat mode and wash in Top-Rack.]