New ZX Spectrum out this April


Yes that is right, the popular 1980s console, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, will be remodelled and re-released this April.

The original console was developed by Sinclair Electronics in 1982, and a whopping 5 Million units were sold world wide at the time. The new version of the console will be faithful to the original in terms of design, and will come pre-loaded with 1,000 classic hits.

The console will be called the Sinclair Spectrum Vega, and will be manufactured by SMS Electronics in Nottinghamshire. The project was funded through a crowd-funding website, and the price tag is set to be around £100.


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