Atari ST bombs
Competition Pro Joystick
Elite spaceship t-shirt
C64 maze generator
Pak Pak Monster
|Saturday 20th June 2020||David (US)|
JB, almost all of the US magazines and many newsletters about Timex/Sinclair computers are on archive.com. You can find them on my site, here: https://www.timexsinclair.com/computers/timex-sinclair-2068/
|Monday 27th April 2020||JB (Ohio, USA)|
Due to the time I have on my hands these days I decided to set up and start learning to program a TS 2068 like I did a TS 1000 back in the 1980''s. I used to write programs on it for everything I wanted to. But did not have the color that the 2068 has. I purchased a color TV and now I want to spend some time to learn to program it. I need some of the old magazines that were written on it in the 1980''s. Anyone out there have any to sell?
|Thursday 28th November 2019||Yan (Brazil)|
It was my second computer and the one I missed more. If I could go back in time I never would have sold it. Currently I have a replica hanging on my office wall that I made myself and that I can look and touch when I feel that nostalgia for the good old times. :)
|Friday 13rd September 2019||Norman Flessas (Maryland, USA)|
It was my second computer. My first was a Timex 1000. I modified the Commadore''s BASIC so I could run it''s programs on the Timex 1000.
|Thursday 13rd September 2018||Ariel (Argentina)|
I was my firs computer on May 1984. Sold it in October 1986 for another computer (too 8 bits). Last year I came back to buy again the TS 2068. Today, I have three Timex Sinclair 2068 and the Printer TS-2040.
|Thursday 18th April 2013||Clay Bowen (USA)|
This was also my first computer, and the first programming language I learned. One-touch BASIC. I remember having to store data on cassette tapes, and never being able to find those solid state programs (other than the ones it came with, CrazyBugs and something else)
|Saturday 28th April 2012||RuiG (Portugal)|
This was my first computer... if I can call it that.
I should still have it at home, along with hundreds of games, joystick and such.
How much would a collector pay for one of this?
|Saturday 21st April 2012||Marco G (Portugal)|
My cousin had one of this with a printer. The "emulator" was a cartridge accessible at the right. When the cover was lifted, you could actually swap cartridges and use word processing and other applications.
A couple of games didn''t work, Spectrums came later, or at the same time, and then dominated the scene in Portugal. Compared to the 48k specys, this "clones" where better built and the keyboard was just excellent. The TV converter was also better than the 48k.
|Thursday 8th July 2010||Kumbah2006 (USA / Boston area)|
For those looking for Spectrum "tapes" or other
goodies, give "World of Spectrum" a spin.
Ah, Crazybugs, cool game - and Androids was
a definite challenge - the memories! :)
WOS has a whole load of nice legal software
for your Speccy or other (related) machine.
|Thursday 12th October 2006||Packard (Argentina)|
Yeah!! My first computer!!! I'm looking for the Androids or Crazybugs games.. for Spectrum emulators... Anybody has one of them??? Thanks!!
|Wednesday 16th June 2004||Petrvs (Argentina)|
It is true that was largely sold in Argentina, much more than the Sinclair Spectrum. In fact until the CZ 2000 appeared software for Spectrum was denominated: "software for 2068 with emulator"