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  • Karl
    started a topic Adding external drives with modern tech

    Adding external drives with modern tech

    So recently I decided to upgrade my trusty +3 machine.

    I asked via a couple of Facebook groups which storage medium they'd recommend and...
    You can't Enjoy your Sinclair ZX Spectrum without the Pleasure of using the divMMC Future!
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  • Karl
    started a topic The QL in all it's retro glory

    The QL in all it's retro glory

    One particularly happy QL user has an incredible set up. Printer, manuals, the lot!



    Thanks to Mario Rossi from the Facebook...
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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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  • Karl
    started a topic The recreated Sinclair ZX Spectrum

    The recreated Sinclair ZX Spectrum

    Here's some video content on the Recreated Sinclair ZX Spectrum by Elite. I'm hoping to obtain a working unit so I can make a full video & text review...
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  • Ruth Bramley - Working at Sinclair Research from 1981 to 1984

    This is a fairly lengthy video interview with Ruth Bramley, discussing her time at Sinclair Research taken from the Center for Computing History YouTube...
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  • Karl
    started a blog post The Sinclair ZX81

    The Sinclair ZX81

    Following the success of the ZX80, Sinclair released their next monster into the world, well, the United Kingdom & a few other places. Jim Westwood,...
    ZX81 1981 Z80CPU ZX81 commonly known as the doorstop
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  • Karl
    started a blog post The Sinclair ZX80

    The Sinclair ZX80

    The ZX80 was for many folk their first nibble into 8 bit computing. Yes, really, it was. Not me, but many other people.



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  • Karl
    started a topic Amstrad Sinclair Spectrum 128K +2 (grey case)

    Amstrad Sinclair Spectrum 128K +2 (grey case)

    Yep, that was my first actual machine. I was way behind the times, I know, I know... I had my first taste of a home computer while everyone else was moving...
    Spectrum 128K Plus 2
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