Acorn Archimedes A3010 & 30120

Acorn Archimedes A3020 and A3010 models were introduced in September 1992 as a lower cost replacement to the original A3000 model, but the A3000 has a sole emphasis on the educational market, where the later A3010 and A3020 were aimed at both home and educational markets here in the UK.

Cosmetically, the case with slightly shorter at the back and had a similar style case to the Commmodore Amiga 1200. Unlike contemporary machines from Atari and Amiga that were using Motorolla CPUs, the A3010 and A3020 machines were using a RISC CPU (ARM 250) making it a very unique machine.

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