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Atari ST

The Atari ST is a line of personal computers from Atari Corporation and the successor to the Atari 8-bit family. The initial model, the 520ST, saw limited release in April–June 1985 and was widely available in July. It was the first personal computer with a bitmapped color GUI, using a version of Digital Research's GEM from February 1985.

The 1040ST, released in 1986 with 1 MB of RAM, was the first home computer with a cost-per-kilobyte of less than US$1. It is part of a mid-1980s generation of computers with 16- or 32-bit processors, 256 KB or more of RAM, and mouse-controlled graphical user interfaces. (Other examples include the Macintosh, Amiga, Apple IIGS, and Acorn Archimedes.)

"ST" officially stands for "Sixteen/Thirty-two", referring to the Motorola 68000's 16-bit external bus and 32-bit internals. The system was designed by a small team led by Shiraz Shivji.

The ST was sold with either Atari's color monitor or less expensive monochrome monitor. Color graphics modes were available only on the former while the highest-resolution mode required the monochrome monitor. Some later models could display the color modes on a TV.

In some markets, particularly Germany, the ST gained a foothold for CAD and desktop publishing. With its built-in MIDI ports, it was popular for music sequencing and as a controller of musical instruments among amateurs and professional musicians.

It was superseded by the Atari STE, Atari TT, Atari MEGA STE and Falcon computers.

Source: WikiPedia

GEM Programmers Guide Volume 1 VDI

Published  in  1985

GEM Virtual Device Interface Reference Guide 2

Published  in  1986

Atari ST Programmazione in BASIC

by  Tim Knight

Published  in  1987

Il manuale dell'Atari 520 ST e 1040 ST

by  Maurizio Galluzzo

Published  in  1987

The Atari ST book of tips, instructions, secrets, and hints for the 520, 1040, and Mega STs

by  Turner, Ralph C.

Published  in  1988

ISBN:  0945959001

68000 68010 68020 Primer

Assembly Language Workshop Vol 1

Atari ST 3D Graphics Programming

Atari ST Basic Training Guide

Atari ST Disk Drives Inside and Out

Atari ST GEM Programmers Reference

Atari ST Graphics & Sound

Atari ST Internals

Atari ST Intro to MIDI Programming

Atari ST LOGO Users Guide

Atari ST Peeks & Pokes

Basic gfa

Bien debuter en GFA BASIC v35

Clefs pour GFA BASIC 2&3

GFA BASIC Quick Reference Guide for the Atari ST

Learning C Prog Graphics Amiga & Atari ST

Mastering the 68000 Microprocessor

Musical Apps of the Atari ST

Presenting the Atari ST

The Atari ST for Beginners

Tricks and Tips of Atari ST

Understanding Atari ST BASIC Programming

Update GFA BASIC 35e