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Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 30 - 25-31 July 1985

Publication Date : 25th July 1985

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 Commodore 128 Price Agreed [News Item]
The upcoming Commodore 128 has had its price set at 269, but Commodore not revealing prices for units bundled with Monitors and Disk drives yet.
1 New Games from Ultimate [News Item]
Ultimate Play the Game release Blackwyche and Nightshade for ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 computers, at 9.65 each.
1 Acorn MD [News Item]
Acorn computers hires Brian Long as a new MD , taking over from Alex Umboldi
4 Schools go for CPCs [News Item]
Amstrad going against Acorn to try and establish themselves in the School.
4 Compunet slings MUD at BT [News Item]
Compunet is opening up its Multi User Dungeon to all systems , coming into direct competition with BTs own MUD set to lunch in September.


This exhibit has a reference ID of CH28801. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
Article: Popular Computing Weekly Vol 4 No 30 - 25-31 July 1985

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