48P-KDLX - ZX Spectrum+ / 128k / toastrack keyboard

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48P-KDLX - ZX Spectrum+ / 128k / toastrack keyboard

Post by PokeMon » Fri Dec 11, 2015 3:54 pm

The new keyboard is now listed at sellmyretro as construction kit and completed version (soldered/tested).
Listed here under my profile.
http://www.sellmyretro.com/user/profile/PokeMon

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Re: 48P-KDLX - ZX Spectrum+ / 128k / toastrack keyboard

Post by PokeMon » Thu Sep 22, 2016 5:18 pm

The keyboard 48P-KDLX for the ZX Spectrum+ / 128k was sold out a few month and is back now on sellmyretro.
http://www.sellmyretro.com/user/profile/PokeMon

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Re: 48P-KDLX - ZX Spectrum+ / 128k / toastrack keyboard

Post by gammaray » Thu Sep 22, 2016 10:22 pm

Would like a ZX81 KDLX... ;)
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Re: 48P-KDLX - ZX Spectrum+ / 128k / toastrack keyboard

Post by hsimpson » Fri Sep 23, 2016 10:05 am

@PokeMon: Is the keyboard will match to ZX Spectrum +2 Grey? If not, do you plan to create such a model?

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Re: 48P-KDLX - ZX Spectrum+ / 128k / toastrack keyboard

Post by RWAP » Fri Sep 23, 2016 10:54 am

The keyboard for a Spectrum+2 is completely different to a Spectrum+ keyboard unfortunately. I doubt that there is enough demand for +2 keyboards as the membranes tend to last a lot longer (and generally just need a wipe over to get them working)

A version of this for the ZX81 would be a good idea though!

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Re: 48P-KDLX - ZX Spectrum+ / 128k / toastrack keyboard

Post by PokeMon » Fri Sep 23, 2016 11:30 am

No, +2 is quite different to Spectrum+ and 128k.
We talked about it during development but there is not enough demand for +2.
The ZX81 (ZX8-KDLX) is existing but sold out at the moment.
I am not sure about demand of this one ...

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Re: 48P-KDLX - ZX Spectrum+ / 128k / toastrack keyboard

Post by mrtinb » Fri Sep 23, 2016 11:36 am

The ZX81 version (ZX8-KDLX) is described here:
http://www.sellmyretro.com/uploaded/img ... manual.pdf
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Re: 48P-KDLX - ZX Spectrum+ / 128k / toastrack keyboard

Post by Paul » Fri Sep 23, 2016 12:45 pm

PokeMon wrote: The ZX81 (ZX8-KDLX) is existing but sold out at the moment.
I am not sure about demand of this one ...
As I recently sold another eight ZX81NU (during classic computing 2016) I would like another ten of these ZX8-KDLX. May this would justify another batch?
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Re: 48P-KDLX - ZX Spectrum+ / 128k / toastrack keyboard

Post by PokeMon » Fri Sep 23, 2016 7:48 pm

Okay - then we have a demand. I will try my best. 8-)

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Re: 48P-KDLX - ZX Spectrum+ / 128k / toastrack keyboard

Post by gammaray » Fri Sep 23, 2016 11:04 pm

As I recently sold another eight ZX81NU (during classic computing 2016) I would like another ten of these ZX8-KDLX
Make sure you leave at least one or five for me! :D
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