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Issue 50 : September 1986

Acorn 32016

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Acorn 32016 Second Processor - Peter Voke

The BBC microcomputer is almost unique in its design as a stand-alone personal or education computer that can also act as a ' front-end' for a different and possibly much more powerful second processor. The concept proved fruitful for Acorn when it brought out the Master series: by putting the 'back-end' processors inside the case, the hybrid BBC micros can serve a variety of markets, with Turbo, Master 512 and SC versions catering for the home enthusiast, small business user and higher education markets respectively.
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