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DK'tronics Keyboard for Spectrum

Original sales text:

"The DK Microdrive compatible keyboard is the best selling keyboard in the world and is used by 10% of all Spectrum users. It is Microdrive compatible and offers more key functions than any other keyboard in its price range. The stepped keys and space bar make it even easier to use. It is constructed from high density black ABS and has 52 keys and a full width space bar. A separate numeric keypad of 12 red keys, including a single entry 'delete' plus single entry decimal point, facilitate fast data entry."

This case has a wooden bottom; a ZX81 has been installed inside it.

Date : 1983

Manufacturer : DK Tronics Ltd (UK)

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH36799. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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