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History of video games/Platforms/ZX Spectrum Vega

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History[edit | edit source]

The ZX Spectrum Vega was launched in 2015 for 100 British pounds.[1]

Technology[edit | edit source]

The ZX Spectrum Vega uses three chips, an 128 pin Freescale MCIMX233DJM4C ARM 9 architecture processor, 16 megabytes of DDR SDRAM, and 64 megabytes of SPI Flash Memory,[2] specs it essentially shares with the Vega+.[3]

An unconventional on screen controller is included through software.[4]

Notable games[edit | edit source]

The ZX Spectrum Vega contains 1,000 games from the original ZX Spectrum, mostly freeware titles that were available online.[1]

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Console[edit | edit source]

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