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Computer system from 1980s and early 1990s. Marketed under the tag, "Power without the price", the Atari ST was an extremely good system - and affordable - for its time, but the damp squib that was the STE (like a standard ST but with a blitter chip which no sod used and and extra £50 on the price), followed by the destined-never-to-arrive Falcon (also from Atari) caused interest to lapse. That, and the fact that there was a bit of a lack of decent software for it - it lost huge swathes of market share to PCs.
If you still have nostalgia for this miseworthy computer system, visit www.atari.st.
"Operating your ST computer is not difficult; however, you should learn to operate it properly..." - ST Owner's Manual
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A 16-bit computer system used primarily for gaming and known for it's sophisticated sound processor.
Created by Atari
, the creators of former systems such as the Atari 2600
games console and Atari XL/XE computer systems.
The Atari ST was always compared to the rival 16-bit system Amiga
Apparently, ST stood for "Sam Tramiel", the son of Atari owner Jack Tramiel.
Atari has now been brought out by Midway.
- You seen that game called Dragon Ninja on the C64?
- Yes, it's not as good as the "ST" version though!...