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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the English Electric Co. DEUCE videogame system. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Saturday 7th December 2019
audrey (louisiana)

im doing a social studies project and i picked the history of video games so,this was very helpful

Friday 9th June 2017

Apparently this was a smaller version of Alan Turing''s ACE because his colleagues thought that the ACE was too ambitious so they built the Pilot Model ACE which ended up becoming the DEUCE

Wednesday 16th June 2010
william lindsay (uk)

The DEUCE output drive had 32 6CH power pentodes in a box...just right for heating sausage rolls. A visiting "royal" ,searching for a comment and enjoyjng an aroma suggested we were cooking the results''

Wednesday 7th September 2005
John Barrett (Sydney Australia)


Monday 21st February 2005
wilsonsamm (UK)

Now, I don't know much about his computer, but I happen to know that the Rolls-Royce plant in Bristol had two such units, as well as two KDF-9s. They eventually sold the KDF-9s and replaced them with PDP-10 units from Digital.

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