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RamTurbo Spectrum Joystick Interface

The Ram Turbo Interface (also known as the Spectrum Turbo Interface) was an expansion unit for the Spectrum. The 9-pin joystick ports supported two Sinclair-compatible joysticks, or in an alternate mode Kempston and Protek/Cursor joysticks (left/right ports respectively). It features a built in power safety device. The full expansion bus enables simultaneous use of other peripherals such as speech synthesizers printer interfaces etc.

Date : 1984

Manufacturer : Ram Electronics Ltd

Format : Joystick

Physical Description : Cardboard box x2 polystyrene packaging Instruction Manual (sheet) Interface unit

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH18599. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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