Acorn BBC

The Acorn BBC became popular in a british computer-series which has been shown on BBC. The BBC did not succeed in many other parts in the world but defended its high popularity in the U.K. against the C64 and Spectrum. One advantage of the BBC was his expansion ability: You could even add a second CPU to run CP/M. There were also many derivations of the BBC like the BBC Master.

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Released1981

CPU/Clock speed:6502B/2 MHz - 8-Bit

ROM:16 KB

RAM:32 (64) KB

Display:TV/RGB

Text display:40*32

Resolution:320*256

Colours:8

Sound:3 channel Mono

Operating system:eigenes

Size (in mm):420*360*70

Price (approx.):1998 DM (1984)

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