I picked up two ‘bargains’ today. £2.50 each
- Commodore VC-20 with UK keyboard. (Yes, its a VC-20 not VIC-20. The VC-20 was the German version)
- Sinclair 48k ZX Spectrum in a dK’Tronics keyboard enclosure.
I also picked up an Amstrad NC200 last week. Its very similar to the NC100, but it features a 3.5″ floppy disk drive able to read/write MS-DOS-formatted double density disks, has 128 KB RAM, some extra software – most notably a spread sheet and three Tetris-like games – and a larger, backlit screen.