A technological flashback from the 80s has recently become available on the market – the Sinclair ZX Spectrum. It is a full – size recreation personal computer that includes features such as Authentic rubber-key Classic and modern play-control ofgames Free Recreated Sinclair ZX Spectrum iOS/Android apps (including Chuckie Egg, Sinclair Basic, Game Bumble) Sinclair ZX … Continue reading ZX Spectrum – Recreated Model Recently Made Available
The Spectrum utilizes a Zilog Z80 A CPU running at 3.5MHz (or NEC D780C 1 clone). The Spectrums original model featured 16KB (16×1025 bytes) of ROM plus 16 KB or 48 KB of RAM. Richard Altwasser of Sinclair Research was the hardware designer, while Rick Dickinson, Sinclair’s industrial designer, designed the external appearance. The video … Continue reading ZX Spectrum – Interesting Features and Details
The first ZX Spectrum was developed by Sinclair in 1982. It was released as one of the first available at home computers in UK history. The hardware was designed by Richard Altwasser of the Sinclair research department, and the outer shell of the computer was created by Rick Dickinson, one of Sinclair’s industrial designers. Since … Continue reading ZX Spectrum – Basic History
There are many reasons to consider all of the technological products through the last four decades and all of the progress that has been made around the world. ZX Spectrum is one of those incredible products, especially for its various developments throughout only a ten-year period in the U.K. and other European locations through the … Continue reading What is ZX Spectrum?