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ZX Spectrum Next
SpectNext Ltd • 2020

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Launched BySpectNext Ltd
Additional BrandsSinclair
TypeMicrocomputer
Launch2020


The ZX Spectrum Next is the spiritual successor to Sinclair ZX Spectrum. It is totally compatible with original Speccy games, and can play new games designed for the platform. It supports not only loading from SD Card, but also from cassette tape, should you be a complete masochist.

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Buy ZX Spectrum Next on eBay

ZX Spectrum Next Accelerated - boxed, excellent condition & FREE SHIPPING

United States of America • Current Price: USD 152.50.


ZX Spectrum NEXT Accelerated

Estonia • Current Price: USD 450.00.


Sinclair ZX Spectrum NEXT computer New in Box Sealed 1024KB RAM

United States of America • Current Price: USD 899.00.


Sinclair ZX Spectrum NEXT computer boxed - ACCELERATED Ver + 2MB RAM + Extras

United States of America • Buy it now: USD 1200.00.


The Recreated Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Next To Fantastic Condition RARE

United Kingdom • Current Price: USD 85.04.


ZXDOS+ LX25 4MB with case (Spectrum Next FPGA and many other cores)

United States of America • Buy it now: USD 299.99.


ZX Spectrum Next dust cover - 100% cotton

Canada • Buy it now: USD 22.96.


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Emulation

System Emulator Notes
Windows / Mac OS / Linux ZEsarUX Emulates all Sinclair computers, as well as Sam Coupe, Timex TS 2068, Jupiter Ace, Amstrad CPC, Amstrad CPC 4128
Windows CSpect By Mike Dailly
Mac / Windows NX Under Development

Emulator information last updated 24th March 2020

Tech Specs and further details

Name Sinclair ZX Spectrum Next
Origin United Kingdom
Processor FPGA-based Z80
Developed by Rick Dickinson, Victor Trucco, Fabio Belavenuto, Jim Bagley, Henrique Olifiers
Memory 1MB RAM, expandable to 2MB
Display Output HDMI port, VGA port
Colours Up to 256
Storage SD Card, Cassette tape support via Mic and Ear ports
Input Joysticks via DB9 port, Mouse support via PS/2 port
Cost Launched via Kickstarter. £99 (just main board, no case); £175 (w/ case)

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