BBC Master Microcomputer (1986)
Photo courtesy of Brian Warwick.
The Master was the successor of the BBC B+, and was fully backward compatible, it was built round the 65C02 processor an updated version of the 6502A as used in the BBC B. The master had a expanded keyboard with a numeric keypad
The BBC Master came with an updated version of BBC BASIC (version 4)and DFS (Advanced Disk Filling System) as well as a built in word processor and spread sheet.
The master was released early in 1986 and came in several versions, ranging from £499 to the more expensive Master compact at £599 (UK).
See also BBC 64K Microcomputer
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