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Acorn Archimedes

The Acorn Archimedes is a family of personal computers designed by Acorn Computers Ltd in Cambridge, England and sold in the late-1980s to mid-1990s, their first general purpose home computer based on their own ARM architecture (then the CPU and architecture was known as Acorn RISC Machine, or ARM, that later became one of the most widely used CPU architectures in the world, e.g. used in most smartphones). The first Archimedes was launched in 1987.



ArcEm is a portable open-source emulator for the Acorn Archimedes. It's capable of running multiple operating systems including RISC OS and ARM Linux.
RiscOS ROM support2.zip home.tiscali.nl 24 KB 2015-07-20
Windows arcem-1.50-windows.zip sourceforge.net 78 KB 2012-12-16
OS X Direct link. sourceforge.net  
AmigaOS4 arcem_os4.lha aminet.net 710 KB 2012-12-18


RPCEmu emulates an Acorn Risc PC and A7000 on multiple platforms including Windows, Linux and Mac OS X
RiscOS ROM riscos3_71.zip rolf.yuss.org 1.64 MB 2003-10-17
Windows 15.zip marutan.net 773 KB 2016-10-26
OS X rpcemu-spoon-0.8.9-fjd-beta1.zip www.devrx.org 1.94 MB 2012-01-12

Photo of a Acorn Archimedes courtesy of Wikipedia.org
(Photo Wikipedia.org)
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