Engadget takes a look at the Recreated Sinclair Spectrum.
With no embeddable games, the keyboard relies upon existing iOS and Android apps. Elite bundles a free app that launches with a short soundbite of the Spectrum loading sound and offers a number of free games, including exclusive rights to Chuckie Egg, and access to Sinclair BASIC. Other games can be unlocked via 79p ($1) in-app purchases. During my demo, I led Hen-House Harry through a number of levels and the gameplay was exactly like I remember it, as was the tactile feel of the rubberized keyboard. You don’t realize just how much you missed those 8-bit soundtracks and super-simple graphics.
I love that we live in an age where incredibly niche devices like this can be made and sold.
Sorry but this a joke…its a bluetooth keyboard only, in the guise of the Sinclair. Why bother?