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Amstrad was founded in 1968 by Sir Alan Sugar (probably best known nowadays for the TV programme “The Apprentice”), and is one of the early computer manufacturers to have traded on the London Stock Market, as Amstrad PLC, until recently, when it was taken over by BSkyB.
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I’ve uploaded some photos of my Amstrad CPC computers. You can see the 464, 664 & 6128. Also the 464 and 6128 Plus. By Andy, 6 years ago . Amstrad *BRAND NEW* Amstrad CPC664 Keyboard Membranes available. RWAP Software have brand new replacement keyboard membranes for the Amstrad CPC664 Home Computer (also known as the Schneider CPC664) for sale.
Amstrad began marketing its own home computers in an attempt to capture the market from Commodore and Sinclair, with the Amstrad CPC range in 1984. The CPC 464 was launched in the UK, France, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Spain and Italy.
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Buy It Now For: £25+ Associated magazines: Amtix, Computing With The Amstrad, Amstrad Computer User, CPC Attack, Amstrad Action Why The Amstrad CPC 6128 Was Great: It may not have been as cool or as desirable as a Commodore 64, but the CPC 6128 was arguably the greatest 8-bit machine ever made. Adaptable (plug in a tape drive, fiddle endlessly