Rockwell AIM 65The Rockwell AIM 65 (R6500 based Advanced Interactive Microcomputer) is a microcomputer based on the MOS Technology 6502 microprocessor manufactured by Rockwell International since 1976. It differed from the MOS KIM-1, the first of the microcomputers based on the MOS 6502, to be a system more advanced, also including a full keyboard and a small thermal paper printer. It was conceived as an educational development system, but it was in fact a versatile and economic tool.