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1400 XL

The Atari 1400 XL has the same characteristics as the Atari 800/600 XL machines exept for some new features: a new custom chip called "FREDDY" which replaces the old discrete semiconductors & TTL chips of the 600/800 XL to manage the memory. It has a speech synthesizer chip (Votrax SC-01) and a built-in modem (Bell 103 compatible, 300 baud).

Thus it was conceived as an enhanced version of the Atari 600XL and 800XL computers and was to be software and hardware compatible with all the 8-bit Atari family systems.

It seems that this computer was never marketed... All existing models are thus considered as prototypes.

This system was also called by Atari A1201, Atari 1200 XLD and Atari 1200 XLT.

Another model was announced at the same time : the Atari 1450 XLD.

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NAME  1400 XL
MANUFACTURER  Atari
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  U.S.A.
YEAR  1983
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard, same as 1200xl
CPU  MOS 6502C
SPEED  1.79 MHz
CO-PROCESSOR  GTIA (video output, sprites), POKEY (sound, I/O), ANTIC (video, display lists), FREDDY (Memory Manager), PIA
RAM  64 KB
ROM  16 KB (the Basic is on a cartridge)
TEXT MODES  five text modes, max: 40 x 24, min: 20 x 12
GRAPHIC MODES  12 graphic modes, maximum : 320 x 192
COLORS  16 colors with 16 intensities
SOUND  4 channels, 3.5 octaves. Built-in voice synthesizer
SIZE / WEIGHT  2.75" x 15" x 12.5" / 6lbs
I/O PORTS  RGB, cartridge, Expansion port, Tape, RS232, Joystick
OS  ROM Based
POWER SUPPLY  External power supply
PRICE  Unknown


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