The Acorn Atom was introduced in 1980 and was equivalent to a cut-down Acorn System 3. It lacked a disc drive but had an integral keyboard and cassette interface. It was available in kit or complete form.
The base system had 2KB RAM and 8KB ROM, but each could be exapnded to 12KB. A floating-point ROM extension was also available.
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