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Acorn Advert - February 1985

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"Electron set for xmas bonanza", Electron User, October 1984, p. 5
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"What price performance?", Practical Computing, October 1982, p. 69
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"Chip Chat", Personal Computer World, March 1985, p. 288
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"View", Popular Computing Weekly, 31st January 1985, p. 3
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"Dangerous business", Practical Computing, October 1982, p. 71
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"Random bits", Yankee Doodles, Personal Computer World, November 1985, p. 126
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"Acorn survives - Olivetti money to the rescue", Your Computer, April 1985, p. 29
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"Diary", Your Computer, July 1985, p. 15
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"Down again - Acorn's second problem", Your Computer, August 1985, p. 15
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"Black week for Acorn", Popular Computing Weekly, 14th February 1985, p. 1, 5
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"On the margin", Jame sLucy, Ziggurat, Popular Computing Weekly, 9th May 1985, p. 46
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"Chip chat", Personal Computer World, November 1985, p. 288
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"Olivetti turns Acorn around", Personal Computer News, March 2 1985, p. 1-2
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"Acorn set for £20 million loss", Popular Computing Weekly, August 15th 1985, p. 4
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"Acorn's Italian rescue falters", Popular Computing Weekly, 20th June 1985, p. 4
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"Acorn deal saves new BBC micros", Popular Computing Weekly, 1st August 1985, p. 1,4
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"Acorn's shares trade again", Popular Computing Weekly, 22nd August 1986, p. 4
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"Changed at the top", Electron User, November 1985, p. 7
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"Bailing out - Olivetti runs the RISC", Your Computer, September 1985, p. 15
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"A natural upgrade", Newsprint, Personal Computer World, December 1986, p. 111
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"RISCy business", Personal Computer World, November 1985, p. 137
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"Acorn claims world first for new chip", Popular Computing Weekly, 29th August 1985, p. 4
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"Acorn reprise", Personal Computer World, April 1985, p. 106-107
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"D- for BBC B+", Your Computer, June 1985, p.21
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"Plus problem", Personal Computer News, May 11 1985, p. 1
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"BBC B+ meets caution in High Street", Popular Computing Weekly, 23rd May 1985, p. 4
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"View", Popular Computing Weekly, 2nd May 1985, p. 3
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"Tripping up down memory lane", Your Computer, June 1985, p. 20
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"Acorn and BBC go for interactive video", Acorn User, December 1984, p. 7
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"Domesday Plus 900", Acorn User, December 1984, p. 28-29
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"Acorn focusses on video discs", Acorn User, August 1984, p. 7
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"Three systems compete", Acorn User, December 1984, p. 7
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"£500 son of Beeb", Personal Computer News, May 4th 1985, p.1

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