Miles Gordon Technology

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Miles Gordon Technology, known as MGT, was a small British company, initially specialising in high-quality add-ons for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum home computer. It was named for its founders, Alan Miles and Bruce Gordon and was founded in Cambridge, England in June 1986, by the two ex-Sinclair Research employees after Sinclair sold the rights for the Spectrum to Amstrad. In May they moved to Swansea, Wales, became a public company in July 1989 and went into receivership in June 1990.

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The +D (or Plus D) was a floppy disk and printer interface for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum home computer, developed as a successor to Miles Gordon Technology's earlier product, the DISCiPLE.

Manufacturer : Miles Gordon Technology
Type : Peripheral


Miles Gordon Technology



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