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Solidisk SWR256

The Solidisk SWR256 is a RAM/ROM board for the BBC Microcomputer. The board can take 4 sideways ROMs (anything from 8k to 64K chips) and has 256K RAM (8 x HM50256P-12). The board fits into the BBC Microcomputer's 6502 socket and the 6502 is relocated onto the SWR256 board.

The Solidisk SWR256 is also a component of the Solidisk Office System, which bundled a printer, disc drive, DFS, Wordwise Plus ROM and SWR256, and was designed to compete with th Amstrad PCW8256.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Solidisk

Format : Expansion Card

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH39843. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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