The Falcon was Atari's last machine in the ST series. Armed with more memory, a 32-bit processor and greatly improved graphics capability, the machine was designed to compete directly with the Commodore Amiga series of machines and the Apple Macintosh. Unfortunately the machine did not sell particularly well.

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Manufacturer Atari
Processor 68030
Speed (MHz) 16
RAM expandable to (KB) 14336
ROM (KB) 512
Sound 8 16-bit digital channels
Keyboard type Typewriter-style
Number of keys 95
Dimensions (mm) (unknown)x(unknown)x(unknown)
Weight (g) (unknown)
  • SCSI II port
  • RS232c interface (25 pin D-type)
  • LAN connector
  • Parallel port (25 pin D-type)
  • MIDI-in port (5 pin DIN)
  • MIDI-out port (5 pin DIN)
  • Sound in and out sockets (mini stereo)
  • Mouse / joystick port (9-pin D-type)
  • Joystick port (9 pin D-type)