|Hardware Feature #26|
|Stonechip Keyboard||Stonechip Electronics||�59.95|
The following article was taken from Sinclair User October 1984
The new Spectrum keyboard from Stonechip
Electronics is one of the few keyboards that can be fitted without opening the Spectrum.
At the top of the keyboard is the Load/Save switch which acts as the beep amplifier. There are both tone and volume controls and a good clear sound can be obtained. Also on top there is a LED to show you the power is on.
For reasons best known to Stonechip it has repositioned the MIC and power sockets. The MIC socket is 5mm nearer the user port and the power socket is placed between the two, so a number of add-ons will not fit.
Priced at �59.95, the keyboard is one of the more expensive available, but the ease of fitting and the facilities it offers makes it a good buy.
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