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Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48K, I used to have one!

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In 1981 Commodore released there second home computer, the Vic-20, which despite being somewhat underpowered went on to become the first home computer to sell over a million units

Check out this retro old PC advertisement. Can you remember your first PC? I can. I remember the day I received my first Spectrum +2 as a child in the 80′s, playing Oh Mummy and many other “cutting edge” games!

The Tandy TRS 80. My first computer.

"How It Works" The Computer

The Kaypro 2x was one of the last models Kaypro produced. Size and appearence were the same as the first Kaypro II, but Internal hardware was inspired by the Kaypro 10. It came with a 4 MHz Z80A processor, dual slimline 400 KB floppy drives, a built-in 300 baud modem, two serial ports and a full set of Micropro software (WordStar, CalcStar, DataStar).

Atari Home Computers - Computer Demostration Center

Hungry Horace computer game, early 80's. Psion Software with Melbourne house product. Came with Sinclair Spectrum home computer, my first computer game ever!

Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 1. Our first computer....the boys were maybe 8 and 5?