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Cheetah Sweet Talker

The Cheetah Sweet Talker is a speech synthesis module for the ZX Spectrum. It is based on an allophone system, using a set of multiple possible spoken sounds that put together create any word, sentence or phrase.

Date : 1983

Manufacturer : Cheetah

Physical Description : Cardboard box Cardboard separator Card sleeve Cassette case Cassette tape Interface

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH35171. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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