SCS bought this Atari 1040 ST in the mid 1980's.
It used a Motorola 68K cpu and ran a graphical interface
but could open a window to CPM,
similar to opening a MSDOS box in Windows, except that it worked
back in 1985...
It came with a C compiler and early versions of the GNU tools.
With the addition of Mac ROM (which you could borrow from old Macs),
it could run the Mac OS, although we never tried.
We bought a 60 MB disk drive.
The right half of the keyboard showing the 1040 ST logo.
The label on the bottom.
The left half of the label showing the model.
The right half of the label showing the serial number.
The lower left of the monitor.
The serial number of the monitor.
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