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Acorn User - October 1982

Acorn News
BBC confessions
Epson and Seikosha printing
Micros go international
How to dial the world
String handling
Voice synthesis ROM
Speak to me computer
Hints and Tips
Joe telford puts a seat on envelopes and goes onto graphics
Cheap Atom printing
Matthew Bates hooks up to a XZ printer
Atom RGB graphics
Paul Beverley's circuits solve the colour problem
War of nerves
Laurence van Someren uses computers to help spastics
Simon Dally turns criminal to test your graphics skills
Four for consideration
User group News
Dealer list
Waiting for micro
Ronnie Rowsell: a computer widow

Publication Date : 6th May 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4216. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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