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Acorn Computer
ABC 110

The ABC 110 had essentially the same technical features as the Cambridge Workstation ABC 210 apart from the main processor, which was a Z80 card instead of the 32016 card. It also had a 10 MB hard disk instead of 20 MB.

Thanks to Chris Whytehead for info and pictures.

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NAME  ABC 110
MANUFACTURER  Acorn Computer
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  United Kingdom
YEAR  October 1984
END OF PRODUCTION  mid 1985, never reached full production
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  BBC Basic, Pandora (BIOS)
KEYBOARD  Standard QWERTY, 10 function keys + arrows, plus numeric keypad and Tube switch
CPU  Z80
SPEED  Unknown
CO-PROCESSOR  MOS 65C02 (I/O board, essentially a BBC B+)
RAM  Unknown
VRAM  Taken from main RAM, up to 44K?
ROM  32K, expandable
TEXT MODES  80 x 32/25 (2 colors) / 40 x 32/25 (2 or 4 colors) / 20 x 32 (16 colors) / 40 x 25 (Teletext display)
GRAPHIC MODES  640 x 256 (2 colors) / 320 x 256 (4 colors) / 160 x 256 (16 colors)
COLORS  16 (8 colors + flashing option)
SOUND  3 channels + noise & envelope control, 7 octaves, optional TMS5220 speech
SIZE / WEIGHT  A little larger than a 17'' monitor!
I/O PORTS  1MHz BUS, Analogue, RGB, Disk, RS423, Mouse (option), BT Link (option; modem?), User port, Econet, internally SCSI may be available
BUILT IN MEDIA  10Mb SCSI-MFM HD subsystem, 5.25'' FD
OS  BBC MOS, Pandora, CP/M?
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in PSU, 240V AC
PERIPHERALS  Most BBC accessories are suitable
PRICE  Unknown


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