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Friday 21st September 2012
AAA (Timisoara/Romania)
"Politehnica" University of Timisoara - Computer Department

The "best" Romanian Spectrum clone was TimS Plus, a Sinclair +3 machine, running CP/M. It looked like a PC and one version with floppy disks is displayed at the "Politehnica" University of Timisoara Computer Department museum (building "B" level 4). It was never mass produced, but it was the last from the TimS series (''90s). I am not aware of many other successful +3 clones.


Sunday 29th August 2004
bbg (Romania)

Actually CoBra was developed at ITCI (the Institute for Computing Tehnology and Informatics).
IIRUC dosen't developed anything - they were responsible for servicing equipment.


Thursday 3rd July 2003
OG (US, Virginia)

Actually aMIC and Prae were NOT Sinclair Spectrum clones. That was reflected in the much fewer applications / software developed for them.
Prae had a better screen resolution than Spectrums (512 x 256) even though in B&W only.

There was also a series of TIM-S manufactured with a thin foil keyboard :-(very unreliable)

Should also mention HC-85 (ICI Bucharest), as well as maybe the best Romanian Spectrum clone, that would run under CP/M also - CoBra (developed at IIRUC Brasov)





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