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  Reply # 1877093 4-Oct-2017 10:51
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Behodar:

 

MurrayM:

 

That makes sense! The photo did make it look quite small. I wonder what typing on the keyboard is like.

 

 

Apparently the keyboard is purely cosmetic and non-functional!

 

 

I see that, and don't like that. I was hoping it would work as is. But I guess a wireless USB keyboard would do.


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  Reply # 1877111 4-Oct-2017 11:08
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I'd rather a BBC Model B. Those were the days. Elite was such a good game.

 

I see there are emulators you can download and run on a PC. I'd try but fear the nostalgia won't be what it used to be!

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1877117 4-Oct-2017 11:12
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I'd rather a BBC Model B. Those were the days. Elite was such a good game.

 

I see there are emulators you can download and run on a PC. I'd try but fear the nostalgia won't be what it used to be! 

 

 

I've tried Spectrum and Atari ST emulators on my PC and the experience was great. Bought back many old memories.


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