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Acorn Launch the ABC Micro

20th September 1984
Acorn Launch the ABC Micro

Acorn this week launches its range of business computers - called the ABC range.
The machines are based around a development of the BBC machine with 6502 core processor offered with a choice of second processor options beginning with a Z80 giving CP/M compatibility and inclusing the 16/32 bit National Semiconductor 16032 offering the Xenix operating system, and at the top end the 80286 16/24 bit develoopment from the 8086 giving the ABC range IBM compatibility.
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Source of Information : Popular Computing Weekly





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