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Aleph One 386/387 podule

Aleph One PC podule for Archimedes. The pre-cursor to the RiscPC PC card for which Acorn commissioned Aleph One.

Complete with 387 floating point chip.

Unlike the RiscPC card, this was largely a whole PC on one podule, so had its own memory and IO chips. Externally a serial and parallel port are available for use by PC software.

Date : 1992

Manufacturer : Aleph One Limited

Format : Podule

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33979. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Scan of Document: Aleph One 386/387 podule

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