Now, I say "initially" this was exciting because when you read further into this (and I may be being a bit cynical here), it seems that what they're actually wanting to release is a bluetooth keyboard which you can use to operate an app on your smartphone or tablet. I'm a little burnt out on the whole tablet and smartphone gaming thing so maybe your response will be different, but as soon as I discovered what the device actually is, I lost any and all interest in it. Give me an authentic ZX Speccy any day.
What I will say which I like about it though is that the device itself looks really nice. I couldn't tell you what it feels like of course but it looks like it'll bring back the feeling of typing on that old Speccy keyboard with the strange rubber keys. There will be a separate app for your smartphone which will contain the games to download and play, and I imagine the reduced load times will be of benefit to people who really want their Speccy fix right now (and have a large tablet to play it on, since playing on a phone is going to be nothing short of a chore).
I'm interested to see where this project goes and if it can meet it's Kickstarter goal of £60,000 with the 26 days (as of this post) remaining. If you'd like to, check it out, see what you think. I'd love to hear what you think in the comments below if you've anything to say or if you think I'm wrong to not be so excited about this.
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