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Acorn Advert - March 1984

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"Products page", Personal Computer World, Vol 1. No. 2 April 1978, p. 73
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"Electron Shock (postscript)", Personal Computer News, Vol 1. No. 24, August 24 1983, p. 3
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"On the screen...", Popular Computing Weekly, 21st July 1983, p. 13
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"Chess prize money", Popular Computing Weekly, 3rd November 1983, p. 7
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"New law opens up the potential of teletext", Acorn User, September 1984, p. 7
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"Open the box for C4's telly software", Your Computer, March 1988, p. 21
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"4-Tel future", Commodore Horizons, April 1985, p. 8
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"Yankee Doodles", David Ahl, Personal Computer World, June 1985, p. 126

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