Amstrad PCW Peripheral

The following is a list of Amstrad PCW Peripheral in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other peripherals may have been produced. If you have any hardware that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 7 Amstrad PCW Peripheral in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Amstrad Centronics/Parallel RS232 Serial Interface for PCW 8256 Date: 1985 Amstrad Centronics/Parallel RS232 Serial Interface for PCW 8256

Amstrad Centronics Parallel/RS232C Serial Interface for the Amstrad PCW 8256

Manufacturer : Amstrad

Joycestick Joystick Interface Date: 1992 Joycestick Joystick Interface

Joystick interface for the PCW range, although not a lot of the software library supported it

Manufacturer : Joycestick

LocoLink for Windows Date: 1994 LocoLink for Windows

LocoLink for Windows allows you to transfer files from any UK model Amstrad PCW to an IBM-compatible PC

Manufacturer : Locomotive Software

MasterScan Printer Scanning Adapter Date: MasterScan Printer Scanning Adapter

This package includes the hardware and software necessary to convert a PCW8256/8512 printer to a black and white scanner

Manufacturer : Database Software

ProScan Image Scanner Interface Date: 1990 ProScan Image Scanner Interface

The ProScan image scanner interface is designed to be combined with a handheld scanner such as the Naksha hand scanner (CH33098)

Manufacturer : SCA Systems

RamPort Expansion Ram and Printer Port Date: RamPort Expansion Ram and Printer Port

Produced by Cirtech for Creative Technology Ltd this expansion provides a printer port and RAM expansion in one

Manufacturer : Cirtech

The Desktop Publisher Date: The Desktop Publisher

The complete desktop publishing system for the Amstrad PCW 8256, 8512, and 9512

Manufacturer : Database Software

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