The Atari PC-5 is really not an Atari computer anymore other than by branding. The proprietary Atari motherboard
has been replaced by an American Megatrends (AMI) 386XT Series-4 board. The machine runs on a 80386DX at 16 or
20MHz, and there is a socket for a 80387 Co-processor. The CPU can also be upgraded to a 386DX-25Mhz.
The machine has a Seagate 66MByte hard drive, a 1.2MByte 5.25" or 1.44MByte 3.5" floppy drive and a Western
Digital VGA Plus 16 VGA graphcis adapter.
Intel 80386DX @16 or 20MHz
WD VGA Plus 16 256k VGA Graphics Adapter
Books & Publications
Programming and other books for the 8-bit Atari line (400/800/XL/XE) of computers.
Books for the Atari ST computers
Magazines & Serials
A.N.A.L.O.G. Atari Newsletter And Lots Of Games
Antic Software and merchandise Catalog, later rebranded to just The Catalog
Antic was a magazine devoted to the Atari 8-bit family of home computers and the 16-bit Atari ST.
Manuals & Catalogs
A collection of technical and service manuals for the Atari 5200 game system.
Software Catalogs for the Atari computers
Software & Game Manuals
A collection of Game Manuals for the Atari 5200 game system.
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