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ZX-Spectrum clone





ZX-Spectrum clone
Hand-made, 1987
The computer was assembled by 9 electronic specialists. Since there were no elements from "not socialist foreign countries" available, they had to apply only those produced in DDR, CSSR and USSR. Instead of 1 processor several simplier chips were used. This resulted in more circuitry.
Donated by one of its creators Mr. Rumpf
Exhibit on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPyruhXhmzw