Elites Bluetooth ZX Spectrum Kickstarter Appeal Reaches 10% of Goal in First 12 Hours

PRESS RELEASE – 23rd December, 2013 – Lichfield, England

Kickstarter® Appeal for the Bluetooth® ZX Spectrum® – Hits 10% of Goal in 12 Hours

Elite’s MD, Steve Wilcox exclaimed, “”Hitting 10% of our project goal in a little over 12 hours is fabulous start to the Kickstarter appeal for the Bluetooth ZX Spectrum. Nonetheless, we know we’ve set ourselves a VERY demanding goal – fewer than 1% of successful Kickstarter appeals achieve such an elevated goal. We’ll be working hard, alongside our backers and supporters, throughout the holidays and beyond to ensure that we build on this positive start and realise our objective … recreating the ZX Spectrum.” Source: http://www.kickstarter.com/help/stats

The recreated Sinclair ZX Spectrum will be a Bluetooth keyboard, initially for iOS and subsequently for Android and Windows phones and tablets (as well as for PCs and Macs), in the form-factor of a 48K Sinclair ZX Spectrum.

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Website and other URLs:

Bluetooth ZX Spectrum http://bluetoothzxspectrum.com

Kickstarter Appeal http://tinyurl.com/kh9ep6p

 

Further Details: Steve Wilcox, Director – Elite Systems

E: steve.wilcox@elite-systems.co.uk

T: +44 (0) 7775 696564Web: elite-systems.co.uk / Twitter: @elite_systems

 

About Elite: Incorporated in England in 1984, Elite was originally a leading developer and publisher of groundbreaking games for the Sinclair Spectrum and Commodore 64 home computer systems… Today Elite is a highly-specialised developer AND publisher of game software products for handheld, mobile and wireless systems; providing mobile network operators and selected other partners around the globe with “the best names in mobile games”.

Author: Ant Harper

Father, Husband, website developer, avid gamer since the mid-70s and collector of just about anything video game related. 8-Bit microcomputer and Sinclair specialist with a huge Sinclair related collection of his own. Blogs about retro gaming here but occasionally elsewhere when people ask. Bored of Mario and never much liked Zelda. Performs quirkafleegs for cold hard cash. Often found destroying ice crowns in the Lands of Midnight. Remembers: Lunar Lander. Plays: Steel Battalion, Gears of War

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2 Comments

  1. Why bluetooth – not everybody has that so why can’t I connect it to my tv direct ?

  2. It’s a bluetooth keyboard for connecting to laptops/tablets etc. Why would you want to connect it to a TV? You cannot play games on this directly it is just a keyboard. You can only use it to control games playing on another device.

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