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Acorn Computer
Archimedes A3010

The Acorn Archimedes A3000 was replaced by the Acorn A3010 and A3020, two simililar but slightly different models, aimed at the home and educational market.

See common features text in A3020 page.

For the first time, the A3010 was sold in electrical retail stores, next to the Amiga A1200 and Atari Falcon 030, as well as 486 class PCs which where starting to become popular in UK homes.

The Acorn A3010 had two Atari style joystick ports, green function keys and, previously unheard of in the Archimedes family, an RF port for TV, which the A3020 did not have.

There was a little known rare German version of the A3010 which had grey rather than green keys and a German QWERTZ keyboard.

Information supplied by Jonathan Hayward

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DOES ANYONE KNOW IF U CAN CONNECT A TAPE DRIVE TO AN ACORN A7000+

          
Saturday 4th September 2010
hello (herefordshire uk)

I connected a fdd from a bbc micro to my ACORN A7000+ through the serial port and gained access through a program I wrote in BBC basic

          
Saturday 4th September 2010
ominous

does anyone know where i can get a floppy disk drive or a compatible one for my acorn archimedes a3010,thanks

          
Tuesday 31st August 2010
retroking

 

NAME  Archimedes A3010
MANUFACTURER  Acorn Computer
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  United Kingdom
YEAR  1992
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  BBC BASIC / RISC OS 3.11
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke PC-102 style
CPU  ARM 250 32-bit RISC
SPEED  12 Mhz
CO-PROCESSOR  MEMC (memory), VIDC (Video and Sound), IOC (I/O)
RAM  1 MB (up to 4 MB possible with socketed zip ram chips)
ROM  1 MB
GRAPHIC MODES  VGA 640x256, SVGA 800x600, up to 1152 x 896 dots
COLOrsc  16 (SVGA) up to 256 (VGA) among 4096
SOUND  8 voices syntesizer
I/O PORTS  Centronics, RS423, VGA, 1 expansion slot (same as A3000, A3020 and A4000)
BUILT IN MEDIA  One 3.5'' 1.6 MB floppy disk-drive
OS  RISC OS 3.11
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in power supply unit
PRICE  £399





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