Discussions about Sinclair ZX80 and ZX81 Hardware
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Moggy wrote:Excellent post the best most succinct and accurate description of a Zeddy I have seen yet.
perhaps Rich, it could occupy a pinned heading of its own for newcomers seeking information, to look at
Why, thank you
Of course, having now noticed that the USA ZX81 issue 1 board shown further up this thread is different to both the UK issue 1 and the UK issue 3 boards, I feel an amendment coming on...
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I've decided to keep Zed1 (as it is now known) as stock and play about with Zed2, which is a bit poorly as I type this. viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1395
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Just got given another ZX81, and look what board was inside:
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AAGGHHH! A colonial 81 hit it with sticks then burn it with fire.
It does look good though,Zilog motor too.
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I'd like one of those boards
6 x ZX81, 1 x TS1500 , 1 x +3e, 1 x timex 2040 printer, 1 x timex 2020 cassette deck, siclair printer and some spectrum