Last year, a startup named SpecNext crowdfunded a 3D printed laptop named Speccy Next on Kickstarter. It paid tribute to the popular Speccy laptop in the 1980s, including a Z80 processor, operating at 7 MHz, up to 1.5 MB of system memory and SD card slot for storage. Speccy Next uses a 3D printed case and a Sinclair computer keyboard that supports VGA or more modern HDMI displays. A chiclet keyboard and 8-inch display are included in the package.
SpecNext is also planning ZX Spectrum, which is a next-generation laptop with a size of 284 x 151 x 41 mm (11.1 x 5.9 x 1.6 inches), built-in Raspberry Pi Zero, a four-port USB hub and an LCD driver board, maybe Most impressively, the laptop case has integrated stereo speakers and a 4: 3 8-inch LCD display. . Pi Zero's SD card slot has been extended to the rear of the laptop case so the operating system can be updated without disassembling the laptop. ZX Spectrum is expected to cost around £ 280 ($ 390).