Comparisons are odorous, said the Immortal Bard, and so they are, especially when the person making them is biased. I'm sure you must have seen advertisements for the ZX Spectrum and noticed Clive Sinclair's comments on the relative merits of his and the BBC machine - but I think we must allow that he is a little biased! By the same token, since I am writing in a magazine called Acorn User, surely I am likely to be biased - the other way!
|To find out more this article is featured in Qercus 280 together with a piece from Paul
Beverley about writing for Acorn User back in the early 80s.|
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