Some magazines I’ve not seen before that have been donated to The Centre for Computing History.
Following the recent decision by two high profile Cambridge tech businesses, Red Gate Software and ARM Holdings to spearhead the foundation of a new world class Cambridge Computing History Museum, Microsoft Research has also agreed to sponsor the initiative.
The System 1 was the first commercially available computer produced by CPU Ltd under the trading name of Acorn Computers Ltd. It was designed by Roger Wilson and marketed as the Acorn Microcomputer in 1979.
Here is a video of a real Sinclair ZX80 computer playing Space Invaders at the Vintage Computer Festival 2010 at Bletchley Park. You can see that the screen does not flicker when a key is pressed.