The Atari Falcon 030 was Atari’s last and final computer and was actually only produced from 1992 to 1993
Often dubbed ” the musicians” computer due to it’s “out of the box” hard disk recording abilities which included DSP it was ahead of it’s time when used with powerful programs such as Steinberg’s Cubase Audio or C LAB’s Logic Audio.
Falcon 030 (TOS 4.04/14mb/4GB internal CF card/new NV RAM/co-
The Atari ST / STE was part of the 16/32 bit generation of home computers on the
Motorolla 68000 CPU, with 512 (520) or 1020 (1040) KB or RAM and double-
Thanks to its built-
STFM with 1mb memory Prices from £60 / STE (4mb) prices from £100
The MEGA STE is based on STE hardware and was 100% compatible with the standard STE, it used the same casing as the TT but was coloured grey instead of white.
A unique feature of the MEGA STE in relation to previous Atari systems is the software-
Some models also included an optional internal hard disk
The VME bus provided expansion capability using graphic cards and Ethernet network
connectivity. Mega STE 4mb/TOS 2.06/1.44mb floppy drive -
The TT030 was aimed at the business world and was Atari’s most powerful computer running at 32Mhz and still remaining backward compatible with most ST software
It was more powerful than the Falcon and included a standard SCSI port and VGA monitor
port for connection to any PC type screen, again like the Mega STE it has the VME
expansion port, internal hard drive and most of them had 1.44mb floppy drives as
standard (except a few early models) Prices from £600 -
The Mega ST was Atari's first major enhancement to the ST line of computers.
With 1MB 2MB or 4MB memory (expandable with add-
Mega ST 1 / 2 or 4 -