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Oric

Oric was the name used by Tangerine Computer Systems for a series of home computers, including the original Oric-1, its successor the Oric Atmos and the later Oric Stratos/IQ164 and Oric Telestrat models.

With the success of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Tangerine's backers had suggested a home computer and Tangerine formed Oric Products International Ltd to develop and release the Oric-1 in 1983. Further computers in the Oric range were released through to 1987 with Eastern European clones being produced into the 1990s.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oric_Atmos

Emulators

Oricutron

Oricutron (formerly known as Oriculator) is an emulator for the Oric series of computers, and the Pravetz 8D. It is written in plain C, and uses SDL. It is designed to be portable.
http://code.google.com/p/oriculator/
 
Windows Oricutron_win32_v12.zip www.petergordon.org.uk 1.96 MB 2014-11-01
OS X Oricutron_osx_1.2.zip www.petergordon.org.uk 2.05 MB 2015-03-02
AmigaOS4 Oricutron_os4_v12.lha www.petergordon.org.uk 1.63 MB 2014-11-01
 
 

Euphoric

Euphoric is a Dos/Windows emulator for the Oric computer. It was later ported to OS X.
http://oric.free.fr/emulator.html
 
Windows Euphoric.zip oric.free.fr 595 KB 2014-11-21
OS X oric-178.dmg www.bannister.org 1.04 MB 2008-Sep-27
 
 

Amoric

Amoric is a low-level emulator for Amiga with kickstart 2.04 or higher and with a 68020 or faster CPU. To run Amoric at a correct speed, you'll need at least a 68030/50MHz, but to get a really oric feeling, a 68040 is better.
http://jffabre.free.fr/amiga/amoric.html
 
AmigaOS AmoricV1_5.lha aminet.net 258 KB 1996-10-03
 
 

 
Photo of a Oric courtesy of Wikipedia.org
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