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It's official as announced by Lord Alan Michael Sugar himself, the company Amstrad (Alan Michael Sugar TRADing) was created 50 years ago, the 8th December 1968 !
Damien Guard wrote an article about 8bit computers fonts, including the Amstrad CPC, and you can download a true type font. So now we know that it is influenced by the PC CGA font !
Jon Ritman, the author of Batman and Head over Heels (and others Amstrad CPC games) was present at the Retro Madrid 2018 and was interviewed (english).
The reality show the Apprentice (UK) with Lord Alan Michael Sugar will open his 14th edition soon. Inscriptions will close on the 29th January 2018.
What are you waiting for ?
Today, he finished the first issue of his 8-Bit Memoirs, a free ebook of his personal 8bit experience (about for example the Philips Videopac G7000, the Amstrad CPC and the Amiga) with more than 5 hours of video, illustrations (by Marlene "BlueAngel" Johansen), screenshots... It's free, but you can buy the physical collector edition for 17 €.
I just discovered on Amstrad.EU's facebook group that Amstrad sold a furniture with a bundled MP-3 analogic TV tuner and CT-1 radio. With the reference to X, the article is coming from the newspaper Amstrad 100%.
A quick internet search didnt permit to find other photos of this furniture, if you have any, I am interested.
May I suggest you to choose this mug to drink your coffee or tea each morning ? 10 pieces only.
Edward (JeuxVideo.com) is talking about the Amstrad CPC mascot : Roland in a french short video (about 7 minutes and 30 seconds).
A 30 minutes video on Youtube by Kim Justice about Amstrad and Lord Alan Michael Sugar in english.
David Campbell's video is about the Amstrad CPC 464 which he received for Christmas 1985 with its twelve tapes pack.
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