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Amstrad CPC 6128

The Amstrad CPC 6128 was a home computer, an update to the Amstrad CPC 464. Instead of a tape deck, it had a 3" disk drive. It also had 128k RAM instead of 64, and an updated version of the BASIC. Unfortunately, disk games were expensive, so most people bought tapes and put them on disk by way of a Multiface. This was a device you plugged into the back of your machine and could sometimes squeeze six games on a disk, so you saved quite a bit of money.



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