Apricot XEN (FD/HD?)
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The Apricot XEN was an Intel 80289-based, IBM PC AT-style computer. Released in 1985, it was the last Apricot computer not to be IBM compatible. Three versions of the XEN were available - the XEN FD with 512 KB of RAM and two 3.5 inch floppy disk drives, the XEN HD with 1 MB of RAM, one 3.5 inch or one 5.25 inch floppy disk drive and 20 MB hard disk drive and the XEN WS (Work Station) with 1 MB of RAM and no disk drives. This model is believed to be the [?HD?] model. Model number XN20, Serial number 106084.
Not 100% sure what this machine is - Tony Jewell currently looking into it. Could be the FD machine referred to here: http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/det/2734/apricot-xen/
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