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Latest revision as of 00:50, 10 November 2015

The original 16K/48K ZX Spectrum

The ZX Spectrum was a brand of Sinclair Research microcomputer, distinguished from its predecessor the ZX81 by its colour graphics (and some other things which should probably be mentioned). All Spectrum models used a ZiLog Z80 CPU.

There is a wide variety of emulators for the Spectrum available.

List of Spectrum models

16k/48k models

128k models

Clones and compatible systems

Replacement ROMs

External links

Wikipedia's article on the ZX Spectrum