Atari 16/32-Bit Hardware

The Atari ST is a line of home computers from Atari Corporation, and the successor to the Atari 8-bit family. The first ST model, the 260ST, was released in June 1985. “ST” officially stands for “Sixteen/Thirty-two”, which referred to the Motorola 68000’s 16-bit external bus and 32-bit internals. The Atari ST is the first personal computer to come with a bit-mapped color GUI, using a version of Digital Research’s GEM released in February 1985. The 1040ST, released in 1986, is the first personal computer to ship with a megabyte of RAM in the base configuration, and also the first with a cost-per-kilobyte of less than USD$1.

The Atari ST is part of the 16/32 bit generation of home computers, based on the Motorola 68000 CPU, typically with 512 KB of RAM or more, a graphical user interface, and 3½” microfloppy disks as storage. It was similar to the Apple Macintosh, and its simple design allowed the ST to precede the Commodore Amiga’s commercial release by almost two months. The ST was primarily a competitor to the Macintosh, Amiga, and in certain markets the Acorn Archimedes. Where the Amiga has a graphics accelerator and sample-based synthesis based sound, the ST has a simple frame buffer and a 3 voice synthesizer chip, but with a slightly faster CPU and a high-resolution monochrome display mode ideal for business and CAD. In some markets, particularly Germany, the machine gained a strong foothold as a small business machine for CAD and Desktop publishing work.

Thanks to its built-in MIDI, the ST enjoyed success for running music-sequencer software and as a controller of musical instruments among both amateurs and well-known musicians. The ST was later superseded by the Atari STE, Atari TT, Atari MEGA STE and Falcon computers.

This is the collection of original hardware. None of this collection is for sale. If you have an item which is not on the list, please contact me and maybe we can trade. Donations are welcome too 🙂

1040STE PALAtariloose
1040STF PALAtariboxed
1040STFM PALAtariloose
260ST PALAtariloose
3.5 Disk-driveAtinloose
3.5 Disk-driveCumanaloose
3.5 Disk-driveUnknownloose
5.25 Disk-driveUnknownloose
5.25 Disk-driveCumanaloose
520ST   PALAtariloose
520ST+ PALAtariloose
AHW-44 Wechselplatte (Syquest)FSE Computerloose
Arcade Joystick 1 firebuttonSTCloose
Arcade Joystick 2 firebuttonsSTCloose
Atari ‘Low-Cost’ Key Demo PackageIntrocomboxed
Atari Realtime Clock (Robtek version)Robtekboxed
Atari Realtime Clock (Shanner version)Robtekboxed
Atari ST Professional Video Digitizer Pro-87Print Technikboxed
Atari ST Professional Video Digitizer Pro-8805Print Technikboxed
Audio Recording Module for Notator LogicEmagicboxed
Beetle MouseNew Ideaboxed
Composite Video InterfaceBrunelcoloose
External SCSI HarddiskPhertronloose
External SCSI HarddiskUnknownloose
External SCSI HarddiskUnknownloose
Notator LogicEmagicboxed
Mega 1 PALAtariloose
Mega ST2 PALAtariloose
Mega/STE PALAtariloose
Megafile 30Atariloose
Megafile 60Atariloose
MO4 (4 Midi Outputs)Soundpoolloose
Monitor MasterPractical S.loose
Monitor Switchbox ST+Unknownloose
Multiface STRom. Robotloose
PC Speed v1.5 (incl. manual & software)Compoloose
PC Speed v2.0 (incl. manual & software)Sackloose
Replay 4Microdealboxed
SC1224 MonitorAtariloose
SF354 Disk-driveAtariloose
SH204 HarddiskAtariloose
Simulation Pack (Flightstick + 3 games)Atariboxed
SLMC804 InterfaceAtariboxed
SLMC804 Laser PrinterAtariloose
SM124 MonitorAtariboxed
SM124 Monitor different logoAtariloose
SM125 MonitorAtariloose
SM144 MonitorAtariloose
STM1 MouseAtariloose
SX212 ModemAtariboxed
The LinkICDloose
Triple MouseGeniusboxed
Vidi STRomboloose