Sinclair Spectrum Plus
Recently I decided I should have a Sinclair Spectrum Plus to go with my other Sinclair computers, the ZX81, Spectrum 48K, Spectrum Plus 2, and Spectrum Plus 3. So I bought one Much the same as the previous Spectrum 48K, just in a bigger case with a "better" keyboard It does look pretty cool still, not as cool as the original, but still cool. The keyboard has more keys than the rubber keyed original, and there are retractable stands to hold the computer at a more comfortable angle for typing The rear of the computer has the same ports as the original, because it uses the same board There is now a reset button on the left side, a welcome addition Nothing on the right side though I'm pleased to report this Speccy is working 100% My usual BASIC test runs like expected This Speccy came with a Powerplay joystick interface, it appears to be a Kempston interface. I like the BASIC listing to read the joystick. Not sure what a Spectrum 2X is though It lies flat against the surface like the Sinclair Interface 2, so you do need room behind the computer, but as the computer is tiny, that's not so much a problem A cassette lead, not sure if it's original The Sinclair PSU, UK1400 Model label for the PSU I got another Cheetah 125+ as well Plus another copy of Scrabble and Make A Chip, I also got a Sankyo ST-60 cassette recorder which has its own page For more retro hardware check out my online museum here?EXTRA IGNORED ERRORREADY.