Royal Mail, the postal service and courier company in the United Kingdom, has released a collection of 8 postal stamps. These stamps show iconic games from the 80’s and 90’s developed in the UK.
The Superfo Harlequin 128K kit – A clone of the Sinclar ZX Spectrum 128K This is a self build computer kit that I have wanted for a long time.
This expansion module for the ZX Spectrum is a Adapt Electronics Spectrum RGB Output Module. It gives your 48k Sinclair Spectrum a nice and sharp RGB video.
Hot on the heels of the ZX Spectrum Vega, Retro Computers Ltd have announced the Iindiegogo campaign for the new Vega+. The Vega+ is a battery powered handheld game system containing 1000 licenced games.
I picked up this interface at a radio rally at the weekend. Its a CW (Morse Code) and RTTY (Radio Teletype) interface for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum.I don’t have any software for it at the moment, but once I do, I will try it with my radio gear. You can read about my ham radio […]
I thought I would show you a game on the ZX Spectrum that was relevant to the solar eclipse we had yesterday (20th March 2015) in northern Europe. Total Eclipse was released on the Incentice Software Ltd label in 1989.
What we have achieved with computing is “rather dull,” Sir Clive Sinclair has told BBC Click.
He explained that he was impressed with the processing power of modern machines, but was disappointed when compared to what was done in the past with a few KB (kilobytes) of ram.
Pre final edit clips from Syntax Era (Micro Men)
Micro Men is a one-off BBC drama television show set in the late 1970s and the early-mid 1980s, about the rise of the British home computer market.
The Sinclair Spectrum Vega is a new low cost games computer based on Sir Clive’s hugely successful Spectrum products of the early 1980s.
This is my Sinclair ZX Spectrum + using a Sinclar MicroVision (MTV1B). The text is a bit small! You can’t really read it.