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The Acorn Archimedes is a family of personal computers designed by Acorn Computers Ltd in Cambridge, England. The systems are based on Acorn's own ARM architecture processors and proprietary operating system RISC OS. The first model was introduced in 1987, and systems in the Archimedes family were sold until the mid-1990s. The first models were named "BBC Archimedes", yet the name "Acorn Archimedes" is commonly used to describe any of Acorn's contemporary designs based on the same architecture.

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  • The Acorn Archimedes is a family of personal computers designed by Acorn Computers Ltd in Cambridge, England. The systems are based on Acorn's own ARM architecture processors and proprietary operating system RISC OS. The first model was introduced in 1987, and systems in the Archimedes family were sold until the mid-1990s. The first models were named "BBC Archimedes", yet the name "Acorn Archimedes" is commonly used to describe any of Acorn's contemporary designs based on the same architecture.
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  • The Acorn Archimedes is a family of personal computers designed by Acorn Computers Ltd in Cambridge, England. The systems are based on Acorn's own ARM architecture processors and proprietary operating system RISC OS. The first model was introduced in 1987, and systems in the Archimedes family were sold until the mid-1990s. ARM's RISC design, a 32-bit CPU (using 26-bit addressing), running at 8 MHz, was stated as achieving 4.5+ MIPS, which provided a significant upgrade from 8-bit home computers, such as Acorn's previous machines. Claims of being the fastest micro in the world and running at 18 MIPS were also made during tests. The first models were named "BBC Archimedes", yet the name "Acorn Archimedes" is commonly used to describe any of Acorn's contemporary designs based on the same architecture.
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