A look back at UK-based Acorn, which created the RISC-based CPU called the Acorn RISC Machine, and in 1987, the first RISC-based PC, the Acorn Archimedes (Jason Torchinsky/Ars Technica)




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A look back at UK-based Acorn, which created the RISC-based CPU called the Acorn RISC Machine, and in 1987, the first RISC-based PC, the Acorn Archimedes  —  1987’s Acorn Archimedes was the first production RISC-based personal computer.  —  Let’s be honest: 2020 sucks.





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