The Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega comes out on 24th August 2015.

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The new new micro-controller computer, based on the influential Spectrum products of the 1980s, costs 99.99, comes with 1000 built-in games and connects to a TV with an AV cable.

Games include Knight Lore and Back To Skool. There's a list over at distributor Funstock's website.

Last year a crowdfunding campaign for a new ZX Spectrum computer was successful, raising 155,612.

The Vega is "supported" by Sir Clive Sinclair, and developed by former ZX Spectrum developer, Chris Smith. You can play almost any ZX Spectrum game via a micro SD Card slot, as well as games you have programmed.

It also comes with ready-mapped buttons for all included games, and you have the option of using the in-built virtual keyboard.

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The Vega controller.

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