The Sol-20 home computer, with an Intel 8080 (2 MHz, RAM 1 kB up to 64 kB max),
as seen in 1977 at Interactive Computers
Located at 7646 1/2 Dashwood In Houston, Texas
From the wiki:
‘The design was originally suggested by Les Solomon, the editor of Popular Electronics.
He asked Bob Marsh of Processor Technology if he could design a smart terminal for use with the Altair 8800.
Lee Felsenstein, who shared a garage working space with Marsh, had previously designed such a terminal but never built it.
Reconsidering the design using modern electronics, they agreed the best solution was to build a complete computer with a terminal program in ROM. Felsenstein suggested the name “Sol” because they were including “the wisdom of Solomon” in the box.’