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BBC A3000

The BBC A3000 was introduced in May, 1989. It was based on an ARM2 processor so it ran RISC OS, not DOS. It was designed to be inexpensive, so many of the features that were standard on other computers were omitted. There was no place for an internal hard drive, but an external drive was available. The A3000 was the last "BBC Microcomputer" using a BBC logo.

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