Acorn Archimedes 3000

The Archimedes was one of the first RISC (Reduced Instruction Code) home computers. Like the Acorn BBC, the Archimedes was popular in Great Britain and Acorn received many orders from universities. They failed more or less in the rest of the world.

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Released1990

CPU/Clock speed:ARM 2/8 MHz (RISC)

ROM:?

RAM:1 (8) MB

Display:VGA/RGB/Multisync

Text display:80*25

Resolution:1152*896 2 colours
640*512 256 colours

Colours:4096

Sound:8 channel Stereo

Operating system:RiscOS

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