Amstrad

Amstrad DRX 890 W Sky+ HD Box with 2 TB UPGRADED Hard Drive and Wi-Fi
Amstrad
£139.99
Last of the Sky+HD generation of Sky digiboxes Suitable for watching both SD and HD channels Twin tuner for recording one channel whilst watching another (subject to subscription High quality build and reliability Modified version of latest HD EPG, including mini-TV mode 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound via HDMI Massive 2TB hard drive, of which 1750GB can be used for personal recordings
Amstrad CPC 464 Colour Personal Computer And CTM 644 Colour Monitor
Amstrad
Amstrad CPC 464 Colour Personal Computer And CTM 644 Colour Monitor
AMSTRAD ETERNO
DOLMEN PUBLICACIONES
£28.77
The Nostalgia Nerd's Retro Tech: Computer, Consoles & Games (Tech Classics)
Ilex Press
£7.99
Remember what a wild frontier the early days of home gaming were? Manufacturers releasing new consoles at a breakneck pace; developers creating games that kept us up all night, then going bankrupt the next day; and what self-respecting kid didn't beg their parents for an Atari or a Nintendo? This explosion of computers, consoles, and games was genuinely unlike anything the tech world has seen before or since.This thoroughly researched and geeky trip down memory lane pulls together the most entertaining stories from this dynamic era, and brings you the classic tech that should never be forgotten.
Attack of the Flickering Skeletons: More Terrible Old Games You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
Unbound
£6.19
Welcome to a world of games you never knew existed. You will probably wish you still didn't. YouTube sensation Stuart Ashen is back with his second instalment of terrible old computer games you've probably never heard of..., because what the world needs right now is to know exactly how bad Domain of the Undead for the Atari 8-bit computers was. Attack of the Flickering Skeletons is even bigger than the original Terrible Old Games You've Probably Never Heard Of - this second excavation of gaming's buried past will not only unearth more appalling excuses for digital entertainment, but also feature guest contributors and several special interest chapters not based around single specific games. These are NOT the games you've heard of a million times in YouTube videos., This is a compilation of truly obscure and dreadful games. Dripping with wry humour and featuring the best, worst graphics from the games themselves, this book encapsulates the atrocities produced in the days of tight budgets and low quality controls. These are even more appalling games that leaked from the industry's tear ducts, taken down from the dusty shelves of history by the man who has somehow made a living by sticking rubbish on a sofa and talking about it.
GX4000 Home Entertainment System
Amstrad
Technical specifications Amstrad GX4000 CPU: 8/16-bit Zilog Z80A at 4 MHz ASIC: Support for sprites, soft scrolling, programmable interrupts, DMA Sound Resolution Mode 0: 160x200 pixels with 16 colours Mode 1: 320x200 pixels with 4 colours Mode 2: 640x200 pixels with 2 colours Colour Depth: 12-bit RGB Colours available: 4096 Maximum colours onscreen: 32 (16 for background, 15 for sprites, 1 for border) Maximum onscreen colour counts can be increased in all Modes through the use of interrupts. Sprites Number: 16 high resolution sprites per line Sizes: 16x16 (each sprite can be magnified 2x or 4x in X and Y) Colours: Each sprite can use up to 15 colours Memory RAM: 64 kB VRam: 16 kB ROM: 32 kB Audio 3-channel stereo; AY-3-8912 chip DMA IO Audio output, 2x Digital controller connectors, Analog controller port (IBM standard), Lightgun connector (RJ11), Audio and RGB Video output (8-pin DIN), Power supply socket from external PSU, Power supply socket from monitor.
Pixel Computers Oyster Card Holder

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£3.95
This card holder features a design with old computers from the 8-bit era. Each machine is lovingly recreated in glorious chunky pixels. Featured computers include the SINCLAIR ZX80, ZX81, ZX Spectrum, COMMODORE Vic-20, C64, ATARI 400, ATARI 800, ATARI 800XL, DRAGON 32, ORIC 1, ORIC Atmos, BBC Micro B, ACORN Electron, AMSTRAD CPC 464, Texas Instruments TI-99/4A, MATTEL Aquarius, SHARP MZ-721 and the Toshiba HX-10 (MSX).
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STUART
£6.95
AMSTRAD PCW8256 FABRIC RIBBON 2741 2741FN 2944fn SP80 SDS 06441 6441 FOR AMSTRAD PCW8256 AMSTRAD PCW8512 AMSTRAD LQ3500 AMSTRAD PCW9256 AMSTRAD PCW10 WORDPROCESSORS TANDY DMP921 DOT MATRIX PRINTERS Amstrad LQ3500 Amstrad PCW10 Amstrad PCW8256 Amstrad PCW8512 Amstrad PCW9256 Facit B1400 Seikosha SL80 Seikosha SP1000 Seikosha SP1200 Seikosha SP1600 Seikosha SP180 Seikosha SP1900 Seikosha SP2000 Seikosha SP2400 Seikosha SP2800 Seikosha SP800 Siemens Nixdorf Highprint 3100
3D Monster Chase - Cassette - Amstrad

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£4.52