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  • SEGA Mega Drive (Genesis) Mini

    SEGA Mega Drive (Genesis) Mini

    Sega is the latest 90's console to try and cash in on people's yearning for their lost retro years. Following in the footsteps of Nintendo, Sega is releasing a 'mini' form of it's amazing Mega Drive console that adorned many a teens' bedroom some 25 years back.

    And who wouldn't want this? OK, we completely understand that neither Nintendo's nor Sega's offerings are going to compete with more modern concepts of a console such as an Xbox one x. But there are those who love to hop on...
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  • ActiveConsult webshop for ZX related hardware

    ActiveConsult webshop for ZX related hardware

    I happened upon a very professional looking website today. Not only is it a shop but it's a community driven site whereby customer requests actually get heard, listened to and acted upon. How rare!

    ActiveConsult offers it's visitors a limited but high-quality range of products for your ZX Spectrum Next, from the ingenious duel SD card reader to a variety of cables, memory expansions & upgrades to keyboards & mice.

    Each item is well priced and should be more than...
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  • Amigaone X5000

    Amigaone X5000

    A new heavyweight of the 80s comes back with some truly mean looking specs. OK, ok, I know it isn't 8-bit and belongs in it's own 16-bit page, but how could any sane person ignore the release of such a beast?

    The Amiga X5000, released by A-EON, looks to have some great updates to bring it up to scratch for the new generation of Amiga fans and the more 'mature' & loyal fanbase from back in the day...
    • Freescale P5020 CPU 2GHz, 64-bit e5500 dual-core PowerPC SoC
    • 2x SATA 2.0
    • 1x PCI-e x16
    • 1x PCI-e x4
    • 2x PCI-e x1
    ...
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  • Spectrum Next KickStarter

    Spectrum Next KickStarter

    We love the ZX Spectrum. Why wouldn’t we? It was much more than just a computer: it was a machine that sparked a gaming revolution, neatly housed within its iconic design powered by sheer simplicity. The Speccy was, and still is, on a league of its own. Decades have come and gone and the Speccy is still alive and kicking. New games are being launched all the time, the demoscene carries on pushing the hardware limits to the unimaginable, artists keep on creating great 8-bit eyecandy and music with it. Alongside this there are thousands of awesome games in the back catalogue to play. Meanwhile hardware hackers around the world have expanded the ZX Spectrum to support SD card storage, feature new and better video modes, pack more memory, faster processor... Problem is, these expansions can be difficult to get hold of, and without a standardised Spectrum, no one knows what to support or develop for. Here is our answer: The Spectrum Next - an updated and enhanced version of the...
    Henrique Olifiers is raising funds for ZX Spectrum Next on Kickstarter! The ZX Spectrum reborn: a new machine, fully compatible with the original computer, and packed with improvements and expansions.
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  • SEGA Mega Drive (Genesis) Mini
    Karl
    Sega is the latest 90's console to try and cash in on people's yearning for their lost retro years. Following in the footsteps of Nintendo, Sega is releasing a 'mini' form of it's amazing Mega Drive console that adorned many a teens' bedroom some 25 years back.

    And who wouldn't want this? OK, we completely understand that neither Nintendo's nor Sega's offerings are going to compete with more modern concepts of a console such as an Xbox one x. But there are those who love to hop on...
    15th April 2018, 10:53
  • ActiveConsult webshop for ZX related hardware
    Karl
    I happened upon a very professional looking website today. Not only is it a shop but it's a community driven site whereby customer requests actually get heard, listened to and acted upon. How rare!

    ActiveConsult offers it's visitors a limited but high-quality range of products for your ZX Spectrum Next, from the ingenious duel SD card reader to a variety of cables, memory expansions & upgrades to keyboards & mice.

    Each item is well priced and should be more than...
    11th April 2018, 23:05
  • Amigaone X5000
    Karl
    A new heavyweight of the 80s comes back with some truly mean looking specs. OK, ok, I know it isn't 8-bit and belongs in it's own 16-bit page, but how could any sane person ignore the release of such a beast?

    The Amiga X5000, released by A-EON, looks to have some great updates to bring it up to scratch for the new generation of Amiga fans and the more 'mature' & loyal fanbase from back in the day...
    • Freescale P5020 CPU 2GHz, 64-bit e5500 dual-core PowerPC SoC
    • 2x SATA 2.0
    • 1x PCI-e x16
    • 1x PCI-e x4
    • 2x PCI-e x1
    ...
    27th May 2017, 19:33
  • Spectrum Next KickStarter
    Karl
    We love the ZX Spectrum. Why wouldn’t we? It was much more than just a computer: it was a machine that sparked a gaming revolution, neatly housed within its iconic design powered by sheer simplicity. The Speccy was, and still is, on a league of its own. Decades have come and gone and the Speccy is still alive and kicking. New games are being launched all the time, the demoscene carries on pushing the hardware limits to the unimaginable, artists keep on creating great 8-bit eyecandy and music with it. Alongside this there are thousands of awesome games in the back catalogue to play. Meanwhile hardware hackers around the world have expanded the ZX Spectrum to support SD card storage, feature new and better video modes, pack more memory, faster processor... Problem is, these expansions can be difficult to get hold of, and without a standardised Spectrum, no one knows what to support or develop for. Here is our answer: The Spectrum Next - an updated and enhanced version of the...
    Henrique Olifiers is raising funds for ZX Spectrum Next on Kickstarter! The ZX Spectrum reborn: a new machine, fully compatible with the original computer, and packed with improvements and expansions.
    23rd April 2017, 01:07
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