All hail the handheld ZX Spectrum!

Sir Clive Sinclair isn't happy just having the ZX Spectrum Vega on the market, as now, there's going to be a handheld console version coming out called the Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega+.

It looks very, very swish too.


The device is cordless, and will have 1,000 games installed in it, which is great news. It'll also be compatible with the thousands of versions of Speccy games that are available for free on the internet, which is even better.

In addition to all that, you'll also be able to sync it up with your television and it should cost around £100.

Retro Computers, part-owned by Sinclair Research and Clive, said: "The present surge of interest in retro products inspired me to plan the Vega+ as a handy games console which can be played anywhere."

For more, and to get involved, there's an Indiegogo campaign, which you can see here.


  • Fat H.
    I hated the ZX Spectrum with it's colour clashing graphics, crap keyboard and shitty sound. It's like a skid mark in the history of computing that wont fuck off and die.
  • Bottom I.
    Why would anyone want one for these? So they can play fucking School Daze or some shitting Ultimate Play The Game bollocks like Sabre Wulf. People you're not kids anymore...ignore this bullshit or Uncle Clive will be using it to fund another electric car, you mark my words, he still dreams of a C-10.
  • Fat H.
    @Bottom Inspector More like the C-NT that Sir Clive is.
  • jim
    lol soo much h8 for the spectrum. i liked it - not sure i would pay £100 quid for that tho

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