Personal Computer World
Personal Computer World was a British computer magazine first published in 1978 for the early home microcomputing/electronics hobby market. The magazine covered everything IT related at the time. As it progressed more computer models were released and the magazine covered them all. This was Britain's longest running IT magazine (it lasted 31 years - with the last issue being in 2009). The Amstrad CPC arrived on the scene in May of 1984 and was reviewed then.