Amstrad is a British electronics company. As of 2006, Amstrad's main business is
manufacturing Sky Digital interactive boxes. Amstrad was founded in 1968 by ...
Amstrad plc : manufacturers and suppliers of Telecoms, Audio, TV, Video, Digital
Satellite and Cable TV products.
Feb 12, 2014 ... It's not quite clear when Amstrad decided to enter the home computer market.
Throughout the early 1980s, the company's boss, Alan Sugar ...
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May 9, 2006 ... Paul Tulip, one suspects, didn't really want to work for gruff old sir Alan Sugar at
Amstrad - and who can blame him?
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Jun 14, 2009 ... Gordon Brown's reshuffle would be discussed, and with it the appointment of the
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The Amstrad PC 1512 was launched in 1986. After the Amstrad CPC 464, the
CPC 664 and the CPC 6128 (three home computers based on the Z80) and the ...
The Amstrad CPC 6128 was the successor to the Amstrad CPC 664 which had a
very short life. It had almost all the same features as the 664, except the ...
The Amstrad PC 1640 was the successor to the Amstrad PC 1512. It had the
same characteristics as its predecessor except for added memory (640 KB