Oric Atmos

The Oric Atmos was a British designed and built machine and was the successor to the Oric 1. Oric International to released the Oric Atmos, which added a true keyboard and an updated V1.1 ROM to the Oric-1.  Soon after the Atmos was released, the modem, printer and 3-inch floppy disk drive originally promised for the Oric-1 were announced and released by the end of 1984.
Our Oric Atmos is on display in our main gallery.

Manufacturer: Oric
Date: 1st February 1984

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Oric Atmos Articles:

Item Manufacturer Date
Oric Microdisc Drive Unknown
ORIC VIA Expansion Card Unknown Unknown
Reuters APM Board and Connector Panel Issue 1 Acorn Unknown
Reuters APM Board Issue 4 and Connector Panel Acorn Unknown
Protek JCB01 1200/75 Modem Protek 1984
Casio QV-10A LCD Camera Casio 1995

Magazines RELATED to Oric Atmos in our Library

Item Manufacturer Date
Time-Sharing News July 1968 to June 1969 Time-Sharing News Jul 1968
Time-Sharing News 1969 Time-Sharing News Jan 1969
Personal Computer World - November 1982 Nov 1982
Your Computer - February 1983 Feb 1983
Practical Computing - April 1983 Apr 1983
Personal Computer World - April 1983 Apr 1983
Your Computer - June 1983 Jun 1983
Your Computer - September 1983 Sep 1983
Practical Computing - September 1983 Sep 1983
Your Computer - October 1983 Oct 1983
Special Supplement Practical Computing - October 1983 Oct 1983
Your Computer - November 1983 Nov 1983
Your Computer - December 1983 Dec 1983
Personal Computer World - March 1984 Mar 1984
Personal Computer World - May 1984 May 1984
Personal Computer World - June 1984 Jun 1984
Practical Computing - July 1984 Jul 1984
Personal Computer World - August 1984 Aug 1984
Personal Computer World - April 1990 1 Apr 1990
Acorn User - September 1991 10 Jun 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH527. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


Oric Atmos

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