...a Sinclair Spectrum 128+.
128k of memory. 3.75MHz processor. Awesome computing power!
My favourite games used to take 5 minutes to load from tape, complete with squawks and flashes. Ah, those were the days.
Now my TI-85 calculator uses the same ZX80 processor - most modern mobile phones are more powerful :-)
Update: Oh, and is it just the way I type, or were the keyboards on the 128+ evil?
I used to literally bleed after a long session messing around on that machine, due to the hard square-edged keys digging into my fingers. Ouch.
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