Acorn A7000

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The Acorn A7000 is a personal computer developed and produced by Acorn Computers in the 1990s. It is a member of the Archimedes family of computers and was released as a follow-up to the A3000 model. The A7000 was aimed at the educational market and was used in schools and universities for a variety of purposes, including word processing, spreadsheet analysis, and programming. It was powered by a 32-bit RISC processor and ran the RISC OS operating system. The A7000 was known for its high performance and reliable operation, making it a popular choice for use in educational institutions.

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