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ACORN HAS AN A3000 VERSION OF THE BBC COMPUTER

Acorn Computers Plc has an A3000 version of the BBC Computer built around its ARM RISC microprocessor, with software emulation for BBC 6502 applications: the console comes with 1Mb CPU and 3.5 floppy drive for UKP650, and the Cambridge company says that it already has orders for 3,000 of the new boxes.

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