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Wednesday 5th October 2005
Jose Luis (Spain)

It's an Amstrad CPC! :)


Wednesday 5th October 2005
Jose Luis (Spain)

It's an Amstrad CPC! :)


Wednesday 5th October 2005
Jose Luis (Spain)

It's an Amstrad CPC! :)


Wednesday 5th October 2005
Jose Luis (Spain)

It's an Amstrad CPC! :)


Sunday 25th September 2005
Pete Fenelon (York, UK)

The Amigo (or C/WP Cortex) had some interesting features. The display was handled by a 6502 which had a chunk of dedicated RAM, so it was quite fast and capable for its time (and position in the market). It was one of the first machines to have DRI's "GSX" portable graphics drivers, which were meant to give CP/M a standard graphics interface.

The CW/P version had a modified version of Wordstar set up to use the IBM-style function keys.





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