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I thought it had been established (CPC Zone passim) that the 'Grey Amstrad' was just an early Z80 CPC, not a 6502 machine. (Sadly the CPC Zone forum archives appear to have been lost in the move away from emuunlim so I can't post a URL.) --[[User:ChaRleyTroniC|ChaRleyTroniC]] 21:51, 1 September 2006 (CEST)
 
I thought it had been established (CPC Zone passim) that the 'Grey Amstrad' was just an early Z80 CPC, not a 6502 machine. (Sadly the CPC Zone forum archives appear to have been lost in the move away from emuunlim so I can't post a URL.) --[[User:ChaRleyTroniC|ChaRleyTroniC]] 21:51, 1 September 2006 (CEST)
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: I agree. If memory serves correctly, this grey CPC was actually a development unit given out to a software house... but not 110% sure! [[User:Gryzor|Gryzor]] 08:38, 2 September 2006 (CEST)
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:: Btw, both pictures are showing the Gate Array simulator board (very interesting, it even includes an AMD :-) !), the CPC board is hidden below. -- [[User:Prodatron|Prodatron]] 16:29, 2 September 2006 (CEST)

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I thought it had been established (CPC Zone passim) that the 'Grey Amstrad' was just an early Z80 CPC, not a 6502 machine. (Sadly the CPC Zone forum archives appear to have been lost in the move away from emuunlim so I can't post a URL.) --ChaRleyTroniC 21:51, 1 September 2006 (CEST)

I agree. If memory serves correctly, this grey CPC was actually a development unit given out to a software house... but not 110% sure! Gryzor 08:38, 2 September 2006 (CEST)
Btw, both pictures are showing the Gate Array simulator board (very interesting, it even includes an AMD :-) !), the CPC board is hidden below. -- Prodatron 16:29, 2 September 2006 (CEST)