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Sinclair ZX Spectrum+3 (By Amstrad)

Type:8-bit home computer
CPU:Zilog Z80A @ 3.54 MHz
Operating system:+3DOS (with ZX+3 BASIC) and CP/M
Spectrum 48K BASIC (Compatibility mode)
Memory:ROM: 64 KB (4*16 KB pages)
RAM: 128 KB (8*16 KB pages)
Sound:3 channels, 8 octaves (AY-3-8912 chip)
32*24 characters
256*192 pixels, 8+8 colors
Storage:Built-in 3" floppy
Input:Integrated keyboard
Connectivity:TV-out (UHF)
RGB out
Printer port
MIDI out
2*joystick ports
Tape recorder I/O
Extra disk drive port
Z80 bus I/O
Voltage:5 VDC and +/-12 VDC
Power consumption:
Dimensions (W*H*D):440*50*174 mm
Weight:1.6 Kg
Manufactured:1987-1990 (Discontinued)
Other:Due to incompatibility issues, some of the older 48K and
128K software as well as the Microdrive units would not
work on this machine.

This model was marketed by Amstrad which had bought
Sinclair's computer products in 1986
Introduction price 1987 in the UK: 249.00
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Notable "ham" software: