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Aleph One Ltd

Aleph One was a Cambridge based company that produced processor upgrades fro Acorn computers.

Hardware Products

Aleph One ARM3 Upgrade

Aleph One ARM3 Upgrade
1989
This upgrade kit was produced by Aleph One Ltd in 1989.

Manufacturer : Aleph One Ltd
Type : Peripheral

Aleph One 386/387 podule

Aleph One 386/387 podule
1992
Aleph One PC podule for Archimedes.

Manufacturer : Aleph One Limited
Type : Peripheral

Aleph One PC Expansion with 4MB SIMM

Aleph One PC Expansion with 4MB SIMM
1993
This is a PC Expansion card for the A3010, A3020 and A4000 although it probably works in an A3000 as well.

Manufacturer : Aleph One Ltd
Type : Peripheral

Aleph One Cyrix Cx486 DX2-80

Aleph One Cyrix Cx486 DX2-80
1994
Like the Acorn ACA42, the Aleph1 486DX2-80 card is a Gemini I card (serial number 4561).

Manufacturer : Aleph One Limited
Type : Peripheral

Aleph One 486PC (Elvis) Expansion card

Aleph One 486PC (Elvis) Expansion card
1994
The Aleph1 486PC (Elvis) Expansion card (revision 2) was the third generation of Aleph1 PC Expansion cards.

Manufacturer : Aleph One Limited
Type : Peripheral

Aleph One 486 PC Expansion Card

Aleph One 486 PC Expansion Card
1995
The Aleph1 PC Expansion card (revision 1) provided a comple PC on a podule card complete with 1MB or 4MB RAM and an optional 387 FPU which is fitted in the socket on the 486 card, in the middle on the bottom of top picture.

Manufacturer : Aleph One
Type : Peripheral


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