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1982: the hardware take-off

In Europe, ACT commercialises the Sirius I, based on a microcomputer sold by the US firm Victor. 16-bit, 128k of memory, 2 twin high-capacity floppy disk drives, and an outstanding 800×400 resolution screen.

With « the largest software library, by far, of any similar computer of the day » the Sirius is a huge and instant hit in Europe.

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