Browse products from year '1992' (7 found)

Atari Falcon 030

Atari Falcon 030

The Falcon was the final computer product to emerge from Atari Corporation. Sharing a visual similarity with Atari's highly successful ST range, and using the same TOS operating system and GEM-based graphical environment, the system was based on a Motorola 68030 CPU and had 4MB of RAM. Graphics ... (read more)
Atari, 1992

Commodore Amiga 1200

One of the final models in the Amiga line, which had begin with the Amiga 1000 in 1985. An incredibly innovative and powerful computer in its day, the Amiga was notable for offering 4,096 colour graphics and synthesizer sound, leading to significant popularity as a games machine. Other capabili... (read more)
Commodore, 1992

Acorn Archimedes A3010

Acorn Archimedes A3010

One of the final machines to be released in Acorns' Archimedes range, which had seen the company pioneer the use of RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computing) CPU architecture. The CPU was an ARM 250 (which at the time stood for Acorn RISC Machine) running at 12 MHz; an ancestor of the StrongARM p... (read more)
Acorn, 1992

Amstrad Notepad Computer NC100

Amstrad Notepad Computer NC100

Following the success of Cambridge Computer's Z88 (Sir Clive Sinclair's first - and to date only - new computer following Amstrad's purchase of Sinclair Research), it was perhaps not surprising to see Amstrad appearing on the scene with a machine targeting the same market. Powered by the old-fait... (read more)
Amstrad, 1992

Hard Disk Drive Platters

Hard disk drive platters (Hitachi, 1992) and a glass platter (front) for flying height testing in hard disk drives. (read more)
Hitachi, 1992

The Patrician

For MS-DOS v3.5 (read more)
Ascon (UK) Ltd, 1992

128MB SCSI 3.5-Inch MO Magneto Optical (LF-3002)

128MB SCSI 3.5-Inch MO Magneto Optical (LF-3002) (read more)
Panasonic, 1992