This 4-page article from Your Computer magazine, February 1988, discusses the many home computers of the early 1980s that failed to make an impact on the consumer market, such as the Jupiter Ace, Grundy Newbrain and Oric Atmos. Many of these have gone on to become desirable machines for retro computing enthusiasts because commercial failure has made them much rarer.Date : February 1988
Creator : IPC Electrical-Electronic Press
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