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The Acorn Eurocard systems were a series of modular microcomputer systems based on rack-mounted Eurocards developed by Acorn Computers from 1979 to 1982, aimed primarily at industrial and laboratory use, but also home enthusiasts. The experience gained in developing this modular system strongly influenced the design of Acorn's first all-in-one home computer, the Acorn Atom, released in March 1980; and also much of the circuitry in its successor, the BBC Micro, first shown in late 1981.

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  • L'Acorn System 2 era un home computer prodotto dalla Acorn Computers nel 1980. Era il successore dell'Acorn System 1. Aveva una memoria RAM fino a 32 KB ed una ROM di 4 KB. Il processore MOS 6502 aveva una frequenza di 1.006 MHz.
  • O System 2 foi um computador pessoal brit├ónico produzido pela Acorn Computers em 1980.
  • The Acorn Eurocard systems were a series of modular microcomputer systems based on rack-mounted Eurocards developed by Acorn Computers from 1979 to 1982, aimed primarily at industrial and laboratory use, but also home enthusiasts. The experience gained in developing this modular system strongly influenced the design of Acorn's first all-in-one home computer, the Acorn Atom, released in March 1980; and also much of the circuitry in its successor, the BBC Micro, first shown in late 1981.
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  • The Acorn Eurocard systems were a series of modular microcomputer systems based on rack-mounted Eurocards developed by Acorn Computers from 1979 to 1982, aimed primarily at industrial and laboratory use, but also home enthusiasts. The experience gained in developing this modular system strongly influenced the design of Acorn's first all-in-one home computer, the Acorn Atom, released in March 1980; and also much of the circuitry in its successor, the BBC Micro, first shown in late 1981. Acorn's final rack-based machine was the System 5, released in late 1982. The Eurocard business was then sold on to one of its principal resellers, Control Universal Ltd, which continued to develop various cards for industrial use based on the Acorn-standard bus during the 1980s, but ultimately went into receivership in 1989.
  • L'Acorn System 2 era un home computer prodotto dalla Acorn Computers nel 1980. Era il successore dell'Acorn System 1. Aveva una memoria RAM fino a 32 KB ed una ROM di 4 KB. Il processore MOS 6502 aveva una frequenza di 1.006 MHz.
  • O System 2 foi um computador pessoal brit├ónico produzido pela Acorn Computers em 1980.
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