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CZERWENY  Czerweny

Like the Spectrum Plus, the CZ-Spectrum replaced the CZ-2000. It also was Sinclair Spectrum fully compatible but featured several enhancements:
• A Reset button,
• Two Sinclair compatible joystick connectors
• A video composite output in addition to the TV/RF modulator.

The machine seems to be built under Sinclair licence as it used same Ferranti ULA chip than genuine Sinclair Spectrum.

Thanks to Sebastian Rho for pictures.

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Tuesday 22nd November 2011
rj (ulster uk)
sam koop

Hi. I still have one, and it''s working fine. Sometimes, I plug it and I shed a tear. I think I''ll keep it to show to my sons when they grew up son they can understand how valuable were this old computers.

Tuesday 16th December 2008
Martin Masella (Argentina)


NAME  Spectrum
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  Argentina
YEAR  1986
KEYBOARD  QWERTY 40 key rubber keyboard, Sinclair Spectrum template
CPU  Z80 A (Mostek version)
SPEED  3.48 MHz
RAM  48 KB
ROM  16k (Sinclair BASIC & OS)
TEXT MODES  32 chars. x 24 lines
GRAPHIC MODES  256 x 192 dots
COLORS  8 with two tones each (normal and bright)
SOUND  1 voice / 10 octaves (Beeper)
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  Expansion port, tape-recorder, RF video out, Composite video out, 2 x Joystick
POWER SUPPLY  External 9V DC power supply unit
PERIPHERALS  All of the Sinclair Spectrum and third sources peripherals
PRICE  Austral 390 (about $395)

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