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Didaktik Gama

A Czechoslovakian Didaktik Gama spotted by u/themiracy.
Published October 17, 2022
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One of the many Eastern European ZX-Spectrum clones?

Forty keys and a lot of layers. As seen in the National Museum of the Czech Republic, in Prague – themiracy.

As Dizi1 points out, this was made by Didaktik Skalica (Skalica is a city now in Slovakia). Both the diagram at the bottom and the instructions are in Slovak.

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Published on Mon 17th Oct 2022. Featured in KBD #100 (source).


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