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Computer Concepts ColourCard (A3000)

The Computer Concepts ColourCard (A3000) provides improved graphics capability for  an A3000 computer. This ColourCard has the A3000 adaptor which fits over the top of the VIDC on the A3000 motherboard. The ColourCard fits on the external podule socket on the back of the A3000 with the cable extending out to the ColourCard.

The ColourCard manual describes how to instal, configure and use a ColourCard. How to fit a Colourcard to an A3000 is described in Fitting a Colourcard to an A3000. The Monitors Known to work with Colourcard  document lists suitable monitors for use with a Colourcard (in 1993).

  The ColourCard  support disc containt the !FlipTop application and other software for the Colourcard. The ColourCard Gold Disc 1  disc contains the same applications for a Colourcard Gold and the ColourCard Gold Disc 2 (Replay)  disc contains the Acorn Replay application.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Computer Concepts

Physical Description : Expansion Card. A3000 Adapter. Manual.

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH49438. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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