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Acorn AGA31 386 PC Card

The Acorn AGA31 386 PC card is a 8MB mini expansion card, or 'MiniPodule', for the A3020 and A4000 series of Archimedes computers. It allows a RISC OS machine to run DOS applications.

The label on the card says "Acorn. Designed and manufactured by Aleph Ltd on behalf of Acorn Computers".

This unit comes with all its software, manuals and user guides.

Date : 1993

Manufacturer : Acorn Computers

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33146. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Scan of Document: Acorn AGA31 386 PC Card

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