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BBC Master 128

The BBC Master  128 was built by Acorn Computers, but designed by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). It was the successor to the BBC Micro Model B. The Master had 128 kB of RAM, alleviating the shortage of available RAM in the Model B. It also has two cartridge slots above the new numerical keypad, and used the improved MOS Technology 65SC12 processor.
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