The Atari TT030 (Thirty-two Thirty-two) was released in 1990 and offered a large boost in processing power over the older ST models. The CPU used was the fully thirty-two bit Motorola 68030 running at 32Mhz. Other features distinguishing this model from previous models included:
- A new style case with a detachable professional keyboard. The case also acted as a stand for the monitor.
- A Motorola 68882 maths co-processor as standard.
- Up to 12Mb of standard ST.
- Up to 128Mb of TT RAM.
- VGA port and enhanced video resolutions.
- Internal SCSI hard drive support.
- Appletalk compatible network port.
- A VMEbus slot.
- Later models came with a 1.44Mb floppy drive.
- A new version of TOS, 3.x
One notable absence was the missing blitter chip first introduced in the Mega ST range.
- Mighty Mic 32 was a TT RAM expansion
- STart, volume 5, issue 6, p22-30 & p64-65 (Review)