Oric-1

Released in 1983 with both similar styling and cost (£129.95 for the 16k version), Tangerine's Oric-1 was often seen as a direct competitor to Sinclair's Spectrum. Although the machine sold well, it wasn't as successful as its rival and production ceased on January 16th 1984.

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Manufacturer Tangerine
Processor 6502A
Speed (MHz) 1
RAM (KB) 16, 48
RAM expandable to (KB) 63
ROM (KB) 16
Sound 3 channels with noise
Keyboard type Calculator-style
Number of keys 57
Dimensions (mm) 52x280x175
Weight (g) 1100
Interfaces
  • 8-bit parallel port
  • 34-pin expansion port
  • cassette interface (7 pin DIN)
  • RGB socket (5 pin DIN)

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