As the first ZX Spectrum, Atari, Commodore and then Amiga landed in our homes, we saw that without software and hardware our machines could do little more than display the “READY” message. This spurred the growth of “computer fairs,” those magical places where we used to elbow our way through a mass of people in search of the New Release Lists…
At Pixel Heaven 2017, we’re going to revisit the good old times in a special zone, symbolically called the “BAJTEK FAIR,” which will be provided with power and furnished with school benches and chairs. To participate, you will need your own complete 8/16-bit machine with a TV set – and an attractive sales offer!
If you’re interested in a table at the fair, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The number of participants is limited – who applies first is the deciding factor.
Questions? Ideas? Contact us.
I am a happy owner of ZX Spectrum+ with Kempston interface and green Neptun 156 screen. See you at Pixel Heaven 2017.