Browse products from year '1985' (7 found)

Nintendo Entertainment System

Originally released in Japan in 1983 under the name Famicom (for Family Computer), the NES is the cosmetically-adjusted version sold in the European, North American and Australian markets. The 8-bit console had a major role in revitalising the video game market, after the crash of 1983 that had ... (read more)
Nintendo, 1985

Amstrad CPC 6128

Amstrad CPC 6128

The 6128 was the third machine in the CPC series, appearing just a few months after the short-lived CPC 664. Key advancements over the 464 were the inclusion of the disk drive in place of the cassette deck, and a doubling of the memory to 128K (the 664 had the disk but just 64K RAM). This combin... (read more)
Amstrad, 1985

User Guide - CP/M Logo & Word Processor Manual for PCW8256 (Part 1)

User Guide - CP/M Logo & Word Processor Manual for PCW8256 (Part 1)

User Guide - CP/M Logo & Word Processor Manual for PCW8256 by Amsoft. (read more)
Amstrad, 1985

BASIC Manual for PCW8256 (Part 2)

BASIC Manual for PCW8256 (Part 2)

BASIC Manual for PCW8256 (Part 2) by Amstrad. 396 pages. (read more)
Amstrad, 1985

Viewstore User Guide

Viewstore User Guide

Viewstore User Guide by Acornsoft. 122 pages. (read more)
Acorn, 1985

dBASE III Plus

dBASE III Plus

TBC (read more)
Ashton Tate, 1985