This is a series of microprocessors (also called m68k or 68k) manufactured by Motorola. Popular
computers with 680x0 processors
include the Amiga, Atari, Macintosh and NeXT. You can run
a version of Linux on these processors
called Linux/m68k.

Once used in more high-profile computers, these days the 680x0 is used in pagers, PDA's, and even TI calculators (specifically the TI-89 and TI-92).

Other notable devices to use the m68k are various gaming machines, including arcade boxes and the Sega Genesis.

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