We’re releasing a new product called the Child of Frankenstein .. The name follows on from the the ZX-Frankenstein device we made for the ZX Spectrum. The Child of Frankenstein designed for the Sinclair ZX81 is a combination of a 16K ram pack and a Maxduino SD solution. First look at the Child of Frankenstein although I believe Chris Hawkins is going to test it out on Sunday.
Nice video demostrating ZX Spectrum Multi-load Gauntlet being loaded on a ZX-Frankenstein
After taking onboard some feedback from the retro community I have redesigned the ZX-Frankenstein so the joystick port is on the top of the device instead of trailing across the keyboard. For me it wasn’t a biggy as most Kempston Joystick adapters were configured in this way. I thought it was an easy fix but delayed the real sales push of the device. If you look at the advert for it you’ll notice there is another version sat next to the main unit… I’ll tell you all about that one next time 🙂 .. for now head over to the store to check it out click HERE
New design for the Oricuitape that uses the Oric Atmos type logo! This video shows how to load games from an SD Card.
If you like it and want to purchase one CLICK HERE
I’m going to run a regular prize draws so some lucky person can win one of my Retro Computer Devices. Currently, the prize is a one-off translucent green Zxuitape for a ZX Spectrum 48K+ . All you have to do to enter is sign-up for our newsletter, and on the 15th of November 2020, I will randomly draw a winner. As long as the shipping doesn’t cost me more than £25 I’ll be shipping it to the winner. If it is more than £25 I’ll contact the winner first. To take part sign-up here:
If it doesn’t catch your eye ignore this post. Please bear in mind that there will be other devices up for grabs that might catch your eye, and if you have already registered for the newsletter, you are in the prize draw by default.