Sunday, August 28, 2011

Title: Acorn Electron

Body: The Acorn Electron was manufactured by Acorn a 8-bit micro (, also the Acorn atom was created), which was released in 1983. It was the BBC Micro, or 'the poor man's Beeb' basically a budget version, as it was called after our way:-) Realising, that the BBC model B could not really compete with the ZX Spectrum or Commodore 64 due to the high price Acorn decided to model B competition with these machines produce a kind of budget.

They were to compete in the same range and also hopefully a corner of the computer games market hope captured.

We have a look at an another fine 8-bit computers from the 1980s...

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