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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END OF PRODUCTION
mid 1985, never reached full production
BUILT IN GAMES
BBC Basic, Pandora (BIOS)
Standard QWERTY, 10 function keys + arrows, plus numeric keypad and Tube switch
MOS 65C02 (I/O board, essentially a BBC B+)
Taken from main RAM, up to 44K?
80 x 32/25 (2 colors) / 40 x 32/25 (2 or 4 colors) / 20 x 32 (16 colors) / 40 x 25 (Teletext display)
640 x 256 (2 colors) / 320 x 256 (4 colors) / 160 x 256 (16 colors)