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Watford Electronics 32K RAM Extension Board

The Watford Electronics 32K RAM Extension Board doubles the RAM capacity of the standard BBC Micro and is designed to fit in with other Watford Electronics products such as the Double Density Disc System and ROM Expansion System.

It allows programs of up to 28K to run in any screen mode. It also provides as 12K buffer, allowing two jobs to be performed at the same time, e.g. typing a document while another one is printing. The buffer can also use the full 32K of the RAM board, and can replace any of the buffers in the BBC Micro such as printer, RS423, or speech.

This board is boxed and is complete with manual, EPROM, and standoffs.

Date : 1984

Manufacturer : Watford Electronics

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH32840. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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