Inside the Atari 130XE
131,072 Bytes of Random Access Memory
As I showed in the unboxing, I recently picked up an Atari 130XE.
For those unaware, the 130XE was announced at the January 1985 CES, the first one after Jack Tramiel took over Atari from Warner in July 1984. The 130XE is a slimmed down 8-bit machine, compatible with the 800XL and those before it, but it had 128K of RAM. It shipped in the first half of 1…
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