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Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 03 - 20-26 January 1983

Publication Date : 20th January 1983 to 26th January 1983

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 Commodore PET Computers Get New Look [News Item]
Commodore gives PETs a new look and taps into Zylog chip technology as the year gets under way.
1 Timex announces plans for US version of ZX Spectrum - The TS2000 [News Item]
Spectrum in Las Vegas - Timex has announced its plans for the American version of the ZX Spectrum the TS2000.
5 Sinclair may switch production of the ZX81 and Spectrum computers to France [News Item]
Sinclair and the French connection - Sinclair may switch pro duction of his ZX81 and Spectrum microcomputers to France, if Timex's Dundee plant goes on strike.
5 Oric's hardware production hits a problem [News Item]
Waiting for Oric - As Oric's hardware produc tion hits a problem, plans of extended software for the machine have been announced.
5 Commodore Announce Portable Computer - Commodore SX64 [News Item]
Commodore has announced a new range of portable computers based on the Commodore 64 machine.
5 Olivetti spark printer for Acorn [News Item]
ACORN computers has adopted the Olivetti printer for use with its microcomputers.
5 New micro from Atari [News Item]
ATARI has announced pre liminary details of its new generation of microcomputers.
8 Flipside [Advert]
Flipside is a fast moving graphics game which requires quick reactions.
11 The fun of the fairs [News Item]
David Kelly
In terms of the number of visitors this is Belle View show was rated a great success
12 Chequered [Review]
John White
Philidor Software designers of the present commercial world chess computer championship.
22 Jupiter Ace Revisited [Article]
Martyn Sudworth
At first sight the Jupiter ace is an unimpressive plastic box strongly reminiscent of the ZX80
26 Now we our sails advance [Article]
Nick Wilson
The draw command on the spectrum has so the manual informs us 2 main functions
31 Baby Crocodiles [News Item]
Boris Allan
This month sees the 151st anniversary of the birth of Charles Lutwidge Dodgeson, alias Lewis Carroll


Creator : Sunshine Publications

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH35758. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
Article: Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 03 - 20-26 January 1983

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