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An Oric Atmos as seen from above. The point of view fails to show the machine's nicely sloping keyboard, though you can easily see the cool strip of differently textured, reflective plastic and fake speaker holes (the holes were initially meant to be real, but the design couldn't be fabricated easily enough).
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No known owners (I still own one | I used to own one). I have seen one.
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Other series members
Atmos, Oric-1, Telestrat.
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Pricing 130.00 GBP (United Kingdom, 1984), 38,000.00 GRD (Greece, 1984)
Emphasis Home computing, Programming
Hardware compatibility Oric
Standards Teletext
Timeline Production halted: 1986, Released: 1984
CPU type 6502A
CPU word length 8 bits
CPU clock rate 1 MHz
ROM Size 16 KiB
RAM Size 16 KiB, 64 KiB
Maximum RAM Size 64 KiB
Keyboard Typewriter keyboard
Number of keys 59
Graphics chip ULA (Universal Logic Array)
Graphics modes 240x200x8
Text modes 40x28x8
Total number of colours 8
Sound chip AY-3-8912
Sound channels 3
White noise channels 1
Octave range 7
Volume/DAC resolution 16
Sound output Mono
Cassette tape speed 300 bps, 2,400 bps
I/O Ports Expansion, Parallel, RGB, TV output, Tape recorder

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