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Timex Sinclair 2048
The TS2048 retained the 2068's improved ULA and enhanced graphics modes, and had a built-in Kempston-compatible joystick interface, but in most other respects resembled the basic Spectrum: no sound chip and only 48K of memory. This did, however, mean that it was much more compatible with Spectrum software than its more capable sister machine. It was later brought into production by the Portuguese division of Timex under the name Timex Computer 2048 and today forms the basis of Andrew Owen's enhanced Spectrum-compatible machine, the Spectrum SE.
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