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ZX Spectrum Print 'n' Plotter Jotter

This ZX Spectrum accessory is neither hardware nor software, but is a book of gridded tracing paper, which claims to help convert your "illustrations, maps, charts, photos etc” into a set of pixel locations on your 256×192 screen. Designed to be used by programmers/artists to help design computer graphics.

Includes example cassette.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Print ^n^ Plotter products

Physical Description : Back Half of Box Print ^n^ Plotter Pad Card Holder with 3 Pens (One Colour Missing) Example Cassette Cassette Case

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH39771. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Scan of Document: ZX Spectrum Print 'n' Plotter Jotter

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