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Some pictures taken last weekend:Mikel KaosOverride rushing at GUA's stand, with his new 25th-Anniversary t-shirt%uFFFDscar Mochilote and Ra%uFFFDl ArtaburuSpanish cartoonist Azpiri, signing copies of the new MSX & Spectrum game, "La Corona Encantada". Azpiri is the creator of Lorna and Mot characters, among others.Lex Sparrow and RobCFG with C%uFFFDsar Astudillo, spanish music composer of most games by Topo Soft.Artaburu, CPCmaniaco, MiguelSky and Nich CampbellT-shirts and CDs for sale, free tapes and magazines, and tape/disk/cartridge dumping kit.CPC T-RexAnd more images following this link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12426986@N03/sets/72157615382341635/
They seem to have collected all possible CPC compatible computers!Well, we showed these: Aleste 520EX, Amstrad CPC 472, Schneider CPC 464, French Amstrad CPC 6128 (white sticker), Spanish Amstrad CPC 464, Kc-Compact, Amstrad GX 4000, Spanish Amstrad CPC+ 6128, English Amstrad CPC 664. There were, also, connected to the computers, an AMX mouse, some Dk'Tronics memory expansions, and a Multiface II.We decided not to show other models that we initially planned to be present in our stand, like French Amstrad CPC 664, Schneider CPC 6128, English Amstrad CPC 464 & 6128, Spanish Amstrad CPC+ 464, Spanish Schneider CPC 464 or Solavox CPC 6128. It would have been a more comprehensive exhibition with them on the table, but it may be quite boring and less impressive for non-CPC users.
Issue #03 of 'Revista de Usuarios de Amstrad' can be downloaded from here:http://www.amstrad.es/publicaciones/publicaciones/rua/index.htmlI intended to translate to english my contribution (interview to Valery), but finally had no time... But I may try to translate some of the contents on request now.Regarding Ygdrazil question:If I'm not wrong (cngsoft is the owner of this computer, not me), the Solavox CPC 6128 is a Schneider CPC 6128 (metal inner-cover and centronics connectors) inside a standard Amstrad CPC 6128 case, with British keyboard and Solavox startup. No external Solavox logos or labels, nothing unusual but the sticker on the back, which reads:Indescomp International U.S.A., inc. 1313 E. Westleigh Rd. P.O.Box 592, Lake Forest Illinois 60045, U.S.A. Manufactured: November 1985Not "Amstrad USA", but "Indescomp USA". May it be another "secret" venture by Jose Luis Dominguez, not known by Amstrad UK...?There are at least three known Solavox units on Spain, so it seems some of them were marketed here for any strange reason.
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