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As we not only have Apple, we are filling gaps in the museum with old machines that we had saved.
This time it's the Acorn BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), also called "Beeb".
In 1981 the BBC commissioned Acorn Computers to build this computer, since at that moment it was broadcasting a TV program called "The Computer Program" in which tasks or examples would be shown, which could then be practiced on this machine.
It had an 8-bit MOS 6502A processor at 2MHz with 16 or 32KB of RAM and a 32 KB ROM.
The Beeb has a faithful squire, the Microvitec CUB monitor

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