Back in the day if you bought this you could use your Amstrad screen as a standard TV. Just plug an aerial into the back of the modulator and then tune in to the station using the dials on the front.
An alternative use today however since the analogue TV signals have now been turned off is using ...[continue]
So you have the Commodore 64 and the Sinclair ZX Spectrum so Sir Alan Sugar wanted in on the ground floor and he released the Amstrad CPC range of computers.
The 464 has a built in tape drive and the 6128 has the 3" IBM floppy drive. 464 has 64k ram and 6128 has 128k (hence why I bought the X...[continue]