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Issue 56 : March 1987

Second Half

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Second Half - Benjamin Rietti

Many have criticised Acorn over the lack of memory in the BBC micro. That's where the idea of a second processor came in, but at almost 200, not every owner can afford one in order to make the most of the micro's outstanding capabilities. But the Scottish company Permanent Memory Systems (PMS) has now launched its own second processor at half that price.
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