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  • First ZX Spectrum User Meeting in Sonnenbühl / Germany, 21st April

    First ZX Spectrum User Meeting in Sonnenbühl / Germany, 21st April

    The first ZX Spectrum User-Meeting in Sonnenbühl / Germany, 21st April 8am until 8pm

    We announce here a Spectrum-Show in Germany, It is the first time happening in Sonnenbühl-Willmandingen and has been announced in German Forums before. However, the following text is in Germany, but if anyone is interested, he can ask any question and get an answer soon. Everybody from all over the world is welcome.

    Einladung zum Spectrum-Treffen in Sonnenbühl Willmandingen.
    ...
    Start Date
    21st April 2018
    Start Time
    07:00
    Location
    Sonnenbühl Germany
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  • Golem Books - Jerry Ellis

    Golem Books - Jerry Ellis

    Golem Books was launched in 2017 to support the release of The Book of the Game of the Film, a long-overdue follow-up to The 8-Bit Book - 1981 to 199x, which had been published eight years earlier. At the Golem Books website you will be able to find out more about both books, the author, Jerry Ellis, and any forthcoming projects. You can also purchase a hardcover copy of The Book of the Game of the Film here, as well as the paperback edition of The 8-Bit Book - 1981 to 199x.

    If you...
    The Book of the Game of the Film by Jerry Ellis
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  • C65 C64DX for sale

    C65 C64DX for sale

    Up for grabs is an ultra-rare Commodore 65 also known as the C64DX. Designed and built between 1990 & 1991, it is unofficially thought to have between 50 to 200 prototype units made but never manufactured for public consumption, sadly. It was, as I said to a friend of mine only a few days ago when I first spotted it (via a facebook group), almost a cross between an Amiga and C64 - similar to the position the Sam Coupe, sat between a 16 bit machine such as Atari or Amiga and the more humble ZX...
    Very rare Commodore 65 prototype (also known as the C64DX). Serial number 3. It's estimated that only between 50-200 of these computers were produced and they were not intended for the public. They were prototypes built for development, but they were later sold to the public through Grapevine after Commodore's bankruptcy. | eBay!
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  • Spectrum Next KickStarter - Smashed!

    Spectrum Next KickStarter - Smashed!










    So, as most of you know, the Kick Starter campaign for the ZX Spectrum Next kicked off at one minute into the 23rd day of April, 2017, officially recognised as the ZX Spectrum's 35th Birthday. Within hours it was at a staggering 10% of it's goal.

    Amazingly, within less than two days it was complete.

    The future is set; the future is Spectrum.

    What incredible comradery was shown by all who could...
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  • Uncle Clive and Lady Sinclair split

    Uncle Clive and Lady Sinclair split



    Angie Bowness & Uncle Clive have gone their separate ways. The gold digger former model was too upset to talk with reporters after their divorce was finalised in January 2017. Uncle Clive was, as is so traditional of him, already moving on to the next target and began seeing a former on/off closer friend, Elaine Millar, 69, some 7 years his junior and served as loyal secretary in years gone by....

    Sir Clive Sinclair, 76, has divorced wife Angie Bowness, 40, after seven years of marriage (pictured together above). The pair met at Stringfellows in London where Lady Sinclar was a lapdancer.
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  • The Pong Table in Your Living Room

    The Pong Table in Your Living Room

    Remember Pong, that amazing Atari game that set standards for the gaming future? Now, you can get a pong table - no, not just a flat table screen with pong... This is so much more

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  • First ZX Spectrum User Meeting in Sonnenbühl / Germany, 21st April
    Karl
    The first ZX Spectrum User-Meeting in Sonnenbühl / Germany, 21st April 8am until 8pm

    We announce here a Spectrum-Show in Germany, It is the first time happening in Sonnenbühl-Willmandingen and has been announced in German Forums before. However, the following text is in Germany, but if anyone is interested, he can ask any question and get an answer soon. Everybody from all over the world is welcome.

    Einladung zum Spectrum-Treffen in Sonnenbühl Willmandingen.
    ...
    Start Date
    21st April 2018
    Start Time
    07:00
    Location
    Sonnenbühl Germany
    12th April 2018, 00:05
  • Golem Books - Jerry Ellis
    Karl
    Golem Books was launched in 2017 to support the release of The Book of the Game of the Film, a long-overdue follow-up to The 8-Bit Book - 1981 to 199x, which had been published eight years earlier. At the Golem Books website you will be able to find out more about both books, the author, Jerry Ellis, and any forthcoming projects. You can also purchase a hardcover copy of The Book of the Game of the Film here, as well as the paperback edition of The 8-Bit Book - 1981 to 199x.

    If you...
    The Book of the Game of the Film by Jerry Ellis
    6th April 2018, 23:17
  • C65 C64DX for sale
    Karl
    Up for grabs is an ultra-rare Commodore 65 also known as the C64DX. Designed and built between 1990 & 1991, it is unofficially thought to have between 50 to 200 prototype units made but never manufactured for public consumption, sadly. It was, as I said to a friend of mine only a few days ago when I first spotted it (via a facebook group), almost a cross between an Amiga and C64 - similar to the position the Sam Coupe, sat between a 16 bit machine such as Atari or Amiga and the more humble ZX...
    Very rare Commodore 65 prototype (also known as the C64DX). Serial number 3. It's estimated that only between 50-200 of these computers were produced and they were not intended for the public. They were prototypes built for development, but they were later sold to the public through Grapevine after Commodore's bankruptcy. | eBay!
    2nd September 2017, 01:48
  • Spectrum Next KickStarter - Smashed!
    Karl









    So, as most of you know, the Kick Starter campaign for the ZX Spectrum Next kicked off at one minute into the 23rd day of April, 2017, officially recognised as the ZX Spectrum's 35th Birthday. Within hours it was at a staggering 10% of it's goal.

    Amazingly, within less than two days it was complete.

    The future is set; the future is Spectrum.

    What incredible comradery was shown by all who could...
    24th April 2017, 23:22
  • Uncle Clive and Lady Sinclair split
    Karl


    Angie Bowness & Uncle Clive have gone their separate ways. The gold digger former model was too upset to talk with reporters after their divorce was finalised in January 2017. Uncle Clive was, as is so traditional of him, already moving on to the next target and began seeing a former on/off closer friend, Elaine Millar, 69, some 7 years his junior and served as loyal secretary in years gone by....
    Sir Clive Sinclair, 76, has divorced wife Angie Bowness, 40, after seven years of marriage (pictured together above). The pair met at Stringfellows in London where Lady Sinclar was a lapdancer.

    2nd April 2017, 19:01
  • The Pong Table in Your Living Room
    Karl
    Remember Pong, that amazing Atari game that set standards for the gaming future? Now, you can get a pong table - no, not just a flat table screen with pong... This is so much more

    ...
    25th March 2017, 08:21
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